Hotel Andes Plaza
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
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... is (pronounced “ees”) to names. Tatiana becomes Tatis, Laura becomes Lalis, Sara becomes Saris, Juan David becomes Juandis, etc.
American names are becoming more popular here, but are spelled using Spanish pronunciation, which is very entertaining for those of us from the U.S.! For example, Jason = Yeison, Brian = Brayan, Michael = Maicol, and John = Jhon (H is silent in Spanish so I’m not ...
... not the bleeding one! Another day of rest in Cali with various tablets followed, and then it was time to head towards Ecuador feeling weak but much better than a week ago.
We stopped for one night in Popayan and had a brief wander around the small town with its whitewashed buildings and then headed on to the border town of Ipiales for another night. Before heading into Ecuador, we took a quick trip to Las Lajas church ...
... were closer to our hotel than the supposed centre of the area. The area around our hotel was looking a lot better today, now that all the shops and cafes had their shutters up and open for business. A lot has been written online that our hotel is not in La Candelaria 'zone' and is actually in a dangerous part of the city. The reality is, it's actually not too bad - sure it's rough round the edges but it's no more dangerous than the supposed safer parts of the ...
Job 1 was to get our visa sorted so we jumped on the metrobus for 45min walked around 20min and finally found the embassy. We were pretty happy until the embassy told us it was going to take 10 days to process. We argued and explained that we had tried to get it in Australia, Panama City & Medellin and finally a supervisor told us they could do it in 2 days but we would need a confirmation of a return ticket ...
... up as someone's dinner! Fancy that, pedestrian streets filled with the energy of moving people. It creates an excitement and creative flow I have only experienced in other communities that let people, not cars, rule the streets. In Seattle some forward thinkers tried to close off a couple of blocks as pedestrian only streets in the downtown a number of years ago. It only lasted for a short time before the rich and ...