Affinity Aparta Hotel
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
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No it's not Scandinavia, it's in the middle of Colombia! After two nights in Medellin, I found a place to couch-surf in Santa Elena - an area within a National reserve which has a town centre, but includes lots of little spread out communities. Its full of pine forest and cow fields with an under-canopy of creeping bamboo and loads of bromeliads and orchids growing on the tree trunks - very unexpected.
I went to stay with a guy called Juan, who lives in a ...
... lanes looking at the colonial architecture, well I was actually just trying to find places to keep eating. One day in the city was enough so the next we took a boat to Playa Blanca, a gorgeous strip of white sand and turquoise water. First day for us at the beach and we both loved getting in the sea and out of the heat. In fact so much so that we decided to sack off the return boat journey and stay all afternoon making our own way back! So now it was onto Santa Marta, PNN ...
... first time such a system has been applied solely for public transport). Once at the park, you can hike to the lagoon (which we unfortunately didnt have time for) or take a trip to the forrest climbing area, which we did and was a fantastic way to spend 2.5 hours. If you´ve never ziplined 100m at about 20m height through a forest, you should definitely try it out!
Medellin is also not short of some great museums. The Planetarium is an ...
So Christmas here ended up being amazing, despite the bit of homesickness I felt, which was inevitable. Shortly after I wrote my blog post, the whole family started rolling in. Aunts, uncles, cousins, grandparents, babies. Everyone was there. After hanging out for a while listening to Colombian music and drinking Colombian beer, and once it turned midnight and was actually Christmas day, they started bringing out the presents one by one. They had all been ...
... this thing is realiable enough to make it up the hills of medellin let alone all the way to Guatape and back. It did manage to get itself up the hills and through the barrios of Medellin, more poverty zones which is pretty sad. The driver Rafa was blasting out Shaggy and the Pulp Fiction soundtrack on the stereo. Half way up one the road out of Medellin Rafa stopped and let this boy in the van. What the hell is going on!? This boy whips out his ...