Hotel Pension del Oeste
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... salsa. That's what you do in Cali as that's most of what you can do. That night after a fun and full salsa class (me and about 10 girls!) we headed en mass to a more contemporary club which fused salsa with electronic and Colombian pop music. Fun but pure salsa would have fitted the bill better for the guys we were there with.
The hostel in Cali started to get annoying as the number of rules and restrictions wound us up... Fine to ask us to not switch ...
... representations of gods and mythical creatures. The statues are set in 116 ha of eerily beautiful fields with clouds rolling in and out all day. Little is known about the society that made them, other than the fact that they were around from 3000 b.c. to 600 b.c. This would have been an unforgettable place to visit. But sadly it wasn't to be. Every year starting at labour day, farmers in the area blockade the only road into San Agustin and keep ...
... of Cartegana ASAP!
The humidity on the coast lead to another problem on top of
its generaly discomfort, I developed some kind of foot fungus in my little toe
(the exact same toe that I got a worm in in Ghana). At first we thought it was
scabies which drove us both into panic but it seems to be improving now we have
left the coast. And because he was feeling left out Jeremy developed an ear infection from swimming in scummy Caribbean waters and ...
... by me). We took in the view and then started a leisurely walk back to the bikes, which had disappeared! As we were walking back down the path we did see the bike van picking something up and then driving off – maybe we had pushed the rules too far! More likely is that it was 4.04pm and the free bike rental finished at 4pm – strict on timelines too! With the prospect of a good 30 minute walk back ahead of us we got the German girls to wave down a passing truck, ...
... should take around 6 hours. We are going to a place called Popayan as its somewhere along the road to ecuador, and we can't do the whole journey in one day. We could get overnight buses, but in this part of Colombia it is not recommended to travel at night because people hijack buses and rob everyone. So we are tying to do this whole journey by daylight, which might take a few days! We where comforted by the fact that the bus company video record every person on the bus and copy ...