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6th - 9th November: Medellin
Well, after not having a really big night out since Coco Bongo in Mexico we really blew out the cob webs with 3 massive nights in Medellín. Fair to say the bodies were hurting as we set out for our travel day leaving Medellin. However we did still manage to get in the important sights and met a great crew of people!!
We stayed at the Black Sheep Hostel which is owned by a Kiwi ...
... of them are a bit average (one smelt like feet, another like the strapping tape), but the others (including my new favorite, nispero) were like angels crying on your tongue... which is not quite the way I´d describe the local spirit, Aguardiente, which is more along the lines of a light Sambucca. My guide through the fruit market, Hernan, reported with great mirth that Australians were really the only people that came anywhere near showing the same appreciation ...
... Sarah Julian's corner: The San Blas islands look exactly like the paradise islands you imagine in your head when you are a kid, just a tiny white sand island with a couple of coconut palm trees. They are truly postcard picture perfect. One thing that I was very concerned about which is ever so prevalent when travelling outside the western world was how would all the beer be kept cold for 5 days on the boat? I was certain their crumb effort was going to really let me ...
... phrases like "Please leave." After that we searched around for something fried and unsatisfying to eat, and eventually decided on Frisby's fried chicken. I got a Frisbandeja (a terrible play on words... the dish named bandeja paisa is the pride of Medellín and this one was an abomination).
Next we headed into the botanical gardens fo free. They were nice enough, though we had missed the ...
... community spirit, everyone looks out for each other. There are lots of Govt programmes for children, after school clubs, football coaching, a library with access to computers and internet and loads more. Next we caught the Metro to the downtown area to Plaza Botero, here there are 23 bronze statues that the Colombian Artist donated to the city to be displayed in the square. There are many hawkers and dodgy looking people and prostitutes in this area, but it never ...