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Travel Blogs from Cali
... A few moves of Salsa, a few moves of Rumba, a few moves on Cha Cha Cha.... Not enough to actually dance one of these styles, I much prefered the private classes, I guess with anything, you pay more but you learn more in general.
On the Thursday, me and Ana met up again and we visited a few museums including Calis Gold Museum, from what I can gather every city seems to have a gold museum, gives you an appreciation of why the Spanish were so keen on South ...
... two people which means that when you travel alone you have to pay the same price as if there were two of you and the rooms don't generally include breakfast. A distinct lack of fresh fruits and vegetables. I could go on but you get the picture. On the plus side the mountain area are very nice. After my walk I completed some more sightseeing before returning to my hotel. I am off to Popayan in the morning. By all accounts a gentle colonial town. Let's ...
... the border again? Oh yes, don’t do it at night, always have somewhere to stay. Well my Chilean pals thought it was acceptable to sleep in the draughty, poky station along with some hobos for six hours. The boys kept watch which was reassuring. Stray dogs wandered in and out and a homeless man periodically jumped up from his bed across 2 plastic seats, startled, looked around and settled back down. I was wrapped in every layer I could, still chilly due to it being nigh ...
... full dance floors, and generally, if you want to practice your salsa you can approach a complete stranger and she will give you the chance to get your steps and turns right.
Colombian people love to sing but the haven't got a note in their heads, most of them. The preferred delivery is fearlessly screaming the songs out of tune. The sound of hundreds of Colombian girls belting out their favourite song on a dance-floor can be deafening.
... machine and music that had a little of salsa in it. I wasn't watching the amount of rum that the wicked Irish lass was pouring and was more than a bit tipsy when we got off the bus and got some food.
Not letting that slight fact get in my way I went to my first serious salsa club and the guys dancing there was spectacular and my attempts to dance were more than slightly comical. Apparently I also took a nap for a while which everyone was somewhat kind ...
Other places to stay in Cali
Calle 23N # 8N-12 , Cali | Hostelfrom $19
Avenida 3F norte 40-10, Cali | Hostel$5 average
Calle 3 No. 27-87, Cali | 3 star hostelfrom $48
Avenida 3 Oeste No. 7-131, Cali | 3 star hostelfrom $69
cr 24a numero 2a-55, Cali | Hostelfrom $40
Calle 6 Oeste #1C-35 Cali Colombia., Cali | Hostelfrom $35
Calle 4C # 37-104, Cali | 2 star hostelfrom $35
Calle 3bis N035A-70, Cali | 2 star hostelfrom $12
Avenida Sexta Bis, Calle 26N, #57, Cali | Hostelfrom $18
Carrera 5 # 4-56 Barrio San Antonio, Cali | Hostelfrom $20
Carrera 27 # 3 - 07, Cali | Hostelfrom $13
Calle 23 # 2-22, Cali | Hostelfrom $12
Av 9a Norte 26-16 Santa Monica Resindencial, Cali | Hostelfrom $19