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... extravagant lifestyle including his own theme park with a zoo, private jets, classic cars, hundreds of houses. In the 80s Escobar, who was a complete psychopath tried to 'tax' the Cali drug cartel who were responsible for the other 10% of the cocaine trade. They didn't take very nicely to this and set off a car bomb outside pablo's home which we saw today. This started a huge drug war between the two cartels in which thousands of people were killed, each of ...
... buildings each with flowers and plants hanging off the balconies, vendors and hawkers everywhere, policia and of course, fellow gringos. We start weaving our way through the streets, checking out all the cool items for sale, before Leesh has her eyes caught by a pair of sunnies (another pair) she likes. Knowing that the cruise ship arrived into the harbour yesterday, the prices would be 'inflated' to rip off some amateur travellers. The guy wants 45000 pesos ($22) to which we laugh ...
... different neighbourhood than anywhere in Bogota we had previously visited. It was very western. Very affluential with guarded apartments and top of the line shopping. We walked a number of blocks from there to a famous steakhouse called Andres D.C. The original restaurant is actually located a ways out of town but this one is fairly new and trying to create a similar vibe. That vibe is straight on crazy town! The menu itself is 70 pages. That is NOT a typo. There is a ...
... its funny now but at the time it was such a stress and ordeal, was trying to find a small padlock (for our lockers in the hostel)!!! You can imagine trying to describe a padlock in sign language!! Not a lot of fun! Looking back now we're able to laugh, but at the time, we had just arrived, didn't know the area and we were walking through what we thought were dangerous streets with dangerous people, not speaking a word of their native tongue! It was ...
... taxis, 90% empty, honking horns and rushing about looking for fares. The old city and most of Getsemani is surrounded by a 4 meter thick wall that took 200 years to build and ended the repeated sacking of Cartagena – the most infamous siege by Sir Frances Drake in the late 1500’s.
Cartagena declared her independence from Spanish rule at 11am on November 11, 1811 (11 is their lucky number). It’s no small wonder that Spain and others ...