Hotel Pension del Oeste
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... in order to really enjoy my Thanksgiving instead. I hung out talking with some of the malabaristas (traffic light jugglers) and this guy from California who has been in Colombia since January. Nothing extremely exciting happened all day but at night, Karen and I went for a walk and there was a great love salsa band performing in a little room in a fast food restaurant a few blocks from the hostel, so we hung out there for a bit. That's about all the excitement for the ...
All day, Nothing to tell. Except that for four hours a guy had his dog dressed in a pink dress and it sat on his lap the entire time. It wasn't even a lap dog. Just a mongrel street dog he had saved as a pup.
I met up with Dunia (the girl from Quito) in Ipiales. If you pronounce it like it looks, no one knows where you want to go and you get **** directions. It's "Ipp ee ar less".
Even with my poor pronunciation holding me back, I continued my lucky streak ...
... We had a good wander around the local neighbourhood scouting out restaurants and cafes for later use. The colombian locals were extremely friendly to us and kept offering to help with directions and a manner of other things.
We decided to move hostel to a newer one which didnt have many reviews, but certainly looked bloody nice in the photos. When we arrived we were gob smacked; this was hostel was the best form of accommodation we had seen since ...
... a few hours spent on their plastic chairs, the most horrific and frustrating conversation with a hideous Gringo scoffing chicken, we headed into a bar, danced the night away with some lovely Caleņos and freestyled on the accordion.
The next day we went to the park. Every person who walked past us stopped to shake our hands; first we were joined by Brian, supposedly a forensic scientist, who had been sleeping on the bench opposite us and ...
... it kind of made me dizzy! We arrived back at the hostel at 4am for a quick game of Uno (which I had naturally introduced earlier in the day) to sign off the night in style!
The following day I helped out my Salsa teacher Linda – who is an English teacher in Cali. After a yummy breakfast and coffee to remove any fatigue (Thanks Linda) and another quick Salsa lesson from Linda’s Grandma we went off to see her English class! It is a free program for them to ...