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In general, taxis in Colombia are negotiated prices. There is a stand in BAQ which sets fares, and will sell you a "ticket" which you then give to a taxi driver, who will take you to your destination and get reimbursed from the "ticket". (But tip the driver - that's not included.) Traveling with my family, we flew BOG to BAQ then took a taxi to Cartagena (2½ ...


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So, thanks to the pointer by @PeterHahndorf I discovered that indeed, the type of pass and the number of days allowed is all written in pen on the entry stamp. Without deliberate inspection I'd missed it on both stamps because the '90' was written very quickly and wasn't immediately recognisable as a number! What confirms it is that on both stamps, the ...


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I would think that both your passport stamps include a reference as to how long you're allowed to stay. CIBT (http://cibtvisas.com) claims that British passport holders get 180 visas upon arrival. You might have gotten 90 days that could have been extended by another 90. This should mean that, leaving earlier and returning, it's most likely that you were ...



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