If you arrive at Cachao, one of the best places to drink in Bogota if you’re a fan of mojitos, by around ten o’clock, then no dance floor will be visible. Old-fashioned sewing machines serve as tables and fill any area not occupied by brown leather bar stools. And yet as a group of heavily-moustached men draw their instruments, drinks and seats are abandoned and, barely three chords into the song, a crowd transpires. It may seem as though there’s hardly enough room to walk across the floor, but the Colombians use their hips to carve out a space. Arms flail and hips swivel in what is surely the best salsa bar in Bogota. Maroon leather chairs provide a resting area on the patio outside, but it wont be long until you’re dragged back for just one more song.