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Travel Blogs from Medellin
I am hatching a plan about what I will do when I get home, back to UK in September.
I realise I have a bunch of skills I could use without re-training and why not put those to good use again, that is do a temporary IT contract, or even better find a remote working arrangement that I could even fund my travels when I pick up my travel …
Medellin in known as the city of Eternal Spring, thanks to the pleasant climate it boasts of sunshine and the city's green lined roads and suburbs (barrios). The city can proudly boast itself as the flower capital of the Americas nestled high in the Andes at 1500 metres above sea level.
Suitably named the Festival of the Flowers, 'Feria …
I feel a bit like Carry Bradshaw, when she stares out the window trying to write and ponders about life and has the whole inner monologue going on. That is what I am doing now when I am trying to write, procrastinating. Except I am not wearing the glamorous designer clothes she does, but my shorts and baggy vest and drinking a nice cup of English …
I was thinking about my recent chain of events and how it is now all turning out positive for me.
In case you were not aware, here's a recap. For those of you that were very aware of this, this blog is dedicated to you; especially my good friend Claire Walkley, your patience was tested and I am truly grateful (and in your debt!).
... hill, we had about 12km left to get to Medellin and it was only 11am. We could tell that our legs were getting tired and we needed some rest after our 5 days of continual cycling, because we made hard work of the small hills on the approach into town. It felt like we were cycling through treacle. The other problem was the traffic once we go into town. The roads were really busy with fast flowing traffic, and ...
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Free parking
- Pets allowed