Affinity Aparta Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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From Cartagena, we had a choice. Take a 14 hour bus ride to Medellin, or fly one hour on an Avianca flight that cost $70. It was a no brainer. I still remember my sore butt from the last 13 hour ride. We choose to fly. After one hour of comfortable flight time we landed in a high valley in the foot hills of the Nevado mountains. The cab ride was pricey at 65 Thousand ...
... 233; famed for El Peñol, a huge granite monolith 200m tall with 700 steps to reach the top and an incredible 360 degree panorama of the man made lake which covers this area and provides 35% of Colombia's electricity. Mum and I smashed it up the rock in only 40 mins and admired the view for sometime before heading to town or rather El Pueblito de Los Zocalos. A zocalo is a painting on the bottom half of a wall and almost every house in the town had them, really ...
Today I got on the busses only to realize that my favorite tool on my trip, my Leatherman Juice CS4 multitool was not in it's case. I already knew what this meant since I definitely hadn't used it at Estefa's apartment last night: the Leatherman was left on a bus and was lost and gone forever. This is mostly disappointing because it meant the money I had been saving was going to go towards another expense instead of saving for the Galapagos. Oh well, that's life. On the ...
... is like without saying any actions I did or quantifying in time. The only thing that might be worse is going into unnecessarily complicated meta-explanation trains of thought about how I write.
Chris had big plans for the day, so I went just with Chris to Guatapé. We got there for around $5 total and within 2 1/2 hours of walking out the hostel gate. In the town of Guatapé we hopped off the bus right in front of a delicious-looking restaurant. ...
We decided to go to visit that town for the weekend as others travellers recommended to us earlier. We left our bags to our hotel then head to the north Central bus station. The station is really nice, you got everything you need, it is like a mall by itself. Bus here are the main public transport so it is full of bus companies travelling in Colombia. David went to check prices with other companies and I did the same...conclusion, I found ...