Affinity Aparta Hotel
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... t many friends to play with and those that I did meet were leaving the next day. This in the end worked out in my favour.
I joined Tom, Max and Imogen and left for Salento the next day. They were funny English folk which was refreshing after spending the whole time in San Agustin with French tourists or Spanish speaking ...
... like" - ie add money in for everything from bags, to checkin, to queuing) I finally managed to pay using the trusty Amex (albeit in the fury I'd forgotten to take off the travel insurance so the total was 5,000 COP or approx £1.60 split between 2). Flying into Medellin meant we arrived early afternoon. We'd met Sam and his mate Nat at the airport and ended up boarding together. The flight was fine although we did witness lots of touchy-feely behaviour between a young American girl ...
... and built a railroad for transport and generally industrialised the area while the rest of the country remained primarily peasant farmers.
Today the streets were busier than normal - it was mentioned that today had been declared an impromptu public holiday because of the football match against Brazil - Colombia had never reached the Quarter Final of the World Cup before. Everyone seemed to be wearing the yellow Colombian football ...
... of the equivalent of the Premiership League, and they won! The streets were crazy with fans celebrating, singing and dancing in the street, they also have the habit of throwing flour and spraying foam over everything that moves, that included us. A great atmosphere in the city and a fun night out in Pablado, although the drinks are a lot more expensive than Ecuador. So after very little sleep and a little jaded we had a walking tour of the city the next day. First ...
We arrived with jelly sea legs (which lasted a surprising number of days) in the stunning Cartagena and were greeted by incredible colours, architecture and a crazy hot sun! It was instant love and we definitely regretted not allocating more time to exploring this beautiful country. It's on the top of the must-travel list for the future and we highly recommend to anyone planning a Latin American holiday. After orientating ourselves with the old town and ...