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... very easy to navigate and walk around. Driving past an old Catholic church building, Sophia, my host, pointed to a sculpture on a corner niche. Jesus Christ sitting on a flowering San Pedro cactus! It is an old colonial city with ruined Inca ceremonial palace grounds. This was the northern province of the Incas, and the site of the great fratricidal feud that razed the city and weakened the empire at the exact moment that the Spanish arrived to take advantage, off ...
... nothing in an hour or two's work. I also butchered "Rudolph" the one time I tried playing it because It was still too fresh in my brain. It was disappointing but I made enough to cover rent at least. When we returned to the hostel, I spent a couple hours relearning tunes and singing with my hostel buddies who have been there for a while now, Joe the Kiwi and (can't remember his name) the Polack. After the music, the three of us decided to take a walk to the park to relax and ...
... Jan for a while and then we went searching for some food. We ate dinner and then headed back to hostel. We planned on going to a salsa club but neither of us are ready with our dance moves yet and neither of us had money for the cover and it was too late to find a cajero (ATM) so we hung out at the hostel instead and I had some really good conversation with some of the Argentinians. I then passed out. The sleep wasn't so good since I'm weening myself off smoking every ...
... number two.
From Cali to Otavalo (the town in Ecuador we were heading to) you have to take a 12 hour bus to Ipiales, then a van to the boarder, cross the boarder, take a van to a nearby town called Tulcan, then climb on another bus for a 3 hour ride to Otavalo. Including change overs, the whole thing takes almost a full 24 hours and is pretty exhausting. On advice from our guide book we decided to break up the journey by stopping for a day ...
After spending the day killing time in Quito, we had dinner with our new favourite friends and headed off to catch our night bus into Colombia. We had heard it wasn't particularly safe travelling by bus in Colombia at night because of risk of hijacking and armed robbery, so we were a bit apprehensive, but we'd decided it was probably safer than the alternative journey involving several local buses and a taxi. The journey was fine in the end - it took about 20 hours and the ...
Other places to stay in Cali
Calle 20N # 6AN-44, Cali | Hostelfrom $19
- Nice place
- Could not ask for more
Avenida 2f Norte 40-10, Cali | Hostel$5 average
Calle 3 No. 27-87, Cali | 3 star hostelfrom $48
cr 24a numero 2a-55, Cali | Hostelfrom $40
Avenida 3 No. 7-131, Cali | 3 star hostelfrom $69
Calle 6 Oeste #1C-35 Cali Colombia., Cali | Hostelfrom $35
Carrera 4c # 37-104, Cali | 2 star hostelfrom $35
Calle 3bis N035A-70, Cali | 2 star hostelfrom $12
- Fantastic hostel in Cali
- Colombian Hostel is great
Carrera 27 # 3 - 07, Cali | Hostelfrom $13
- Highly recommended
Calle 23 # 2-22, Cali | Hostelfrom $18
Ave 7N, Cali | Hostelfrom $18
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- Basical hostel in rough ne…
Carrera 5 # 4-56 Barrio San Antonio, Cali | Hostelfrom $20
- best hostel for salsa danc…
Av 9a Norte 26-16 Santa Monica Resindencial, Cali | Hostelfrom $19