Hotel bh El Retiro
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- Minbar in room
- Airport Transportation
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Non-smoking rooms
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
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... on the flights. Today, I started reading, and I was falling asleep after five minutes. So, I enjoyed the rest, knowing that the next two plus weeks will be very busy with activities.
The flights went smoothly, and we didn't have any delays or changes to the schedule. What a nice break! This trip we chose to break up our trip to our ultimate destination for this first leg of the trip. To make it to Cúcuta, we have to leave on the ...
... on our return! To be fair the wares are exceptionally good and great value (note to self, get short term lease on the Putney High street and set up a Colombia store- I collected a number of business cards.). We then got a cab back the most hair raising 30 min. The driver was either drunk or stoned but fine when we spoke to him but drove like a man possessed. Luckily arrived ok. Packed and readied ourselves for an early morning flight to ...
... had met in Rio and then again in Medellin, and challenged them to a game of Tejo at a local bar. This was a lot more local than the touristy version we had played on Salento and was the proper 20 metre pitch, although me and the other girl found it too hard to go from that far back. After a quick lesson from some locals playing on the proper throwing technique, we bet the Aussies 2 games to ...
... a good thing I didn´t spend my semester abroad in this country… although much is made of the sensuous Colombian women, many of the men we ran across were EXTREMELY attractive and I imagine I might have got myself into some trouble being surrounded by all that gorgeousness. After lunch we walked down to the main plaza, which was filled with millions of pigeons and a fantastic view of the main cathedral with the hills in the background. Since ...
... a restaurant/club/bar with over 500 staff, sits up to 2500 people, packed every night, dancing, singing, loud music - it was an experience to remember! We had a great night! Our final 3 nights were in the coffee region, staying on a local farm in a town called Quimbaya at Finca Villa Nora. We were lucky enough to have the place to ourselves - so it felt like a private villa with our own staff! The staff spoke very little English but we managed to get by with our basic ...