Affinity Aparta Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... Medellin until it was dark and well passed dinner time! Two very hangry English girls arrived at the bus terminal only to be refused a taxi as they were all decorated and waiting for the party in the bus terminal (!) to finish and to take the locals home... All a very strange little thing, but eventually we made our way down the queue of waiting taxis and one begrudgingly obliged to put our bags in his car and drive us the few roads we needed to a hostel we were hoping to stay in ...
... the devastation caused over the cocaine trade in the early 90s, and the botanical garden. The city is surrounded by numerous hills, the public transport to the communities on these are cable cars! From the top obviously there are lovely views of the city, I feel in pretty much every place I visit there is at least one view point!! A short but sweet visit to here but I need to keep moving as I still have a ridiculous distance to cover to make it to Chile for my flight to New ...
So after my amazing time in the mountains I raced back to Medillin to be here for Mum's arrival. Yes, that's right Mum came out for three weeks to see this amazing country with me! After blowing off a little steam with the French guys for one night only in Medellin I was at the airport to welcome Mum to Colombia. Although slightly daunted the prospect of how it may pan out, one thing I did hope was that finally I would get some nice accommodation as Mum didn't quite want to rough it ...
... I got up and out early with the intention of working all day and making lots of money. I told Estefa before I left that in as going to come home with at least 100,000 pesos ($50). That's about 4 times the minimum day's wage in Colombia. After finding the lone Leatherman dealer in Colombia (I looked else where but nothing else in Medellin had all the things I liked about my Leatherman Juice), I headed there on a bus. By this point in the afternoon I was already halfway at ...
... for personal use and it's legal. Not to sure how many cops carry scales though. We returned once again to the metro in search of our afternoon tour and on the way there came across an Australian couple who we figured was going the same way. When we saw them wondering around the meeting point we knew for sure. Our tour started with a brief history of the coffee boom that hit Colombia and continued with fighting, politics and drug problems which was very interesting. Our ...