Aparta Suite Torre Poblado
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... From the 1980s until just ten years ago, Medellin was considered one of the most dangerous cities in the world. The reason for this was the civil war between the Government, the far left and far right paramilitary groups and the drug Cartels. Neither Medellin nor Colombia were considered safe for tourists. Hijackings by guerilla groups were not uncommon. Medellin´s murder rate was off the chart. The number of bombings and killings that occurred here is on a par with ´The ...
... they simply cannot... out you get!
It is remarkable to consider that not so long ago, Medellín was considered the world´s most dangerous city, and Commune 13 was amongst the most violent suburbs. Camilla and the guides on the walking tours detailed some of the violent history of the city, its transformation -aided by the provision of public goods (transport and public art programs) and conveyed the general ethos being generated amongst the paisas to become part of ...
Fact of the day: it is forbidden for two men to ride together on a motorcycle in Colombia. A woman may ride behind a man but one man behind another is not allowed and it harks back to the bad old days of cartel hitmen and ride by executions. Perhaps a little outdated now but it kind of serves as a reminder of where we are: Medellin.
We got a cab into Medellin city centre from the airport and were relieved to get to and settle into our hostel, the Black Sheep. ...
... of South American football fever as we watched Deportivo Independiente Medellin defeat Aguilas Doradas 3-0. One fanatico close to us on the upper tier got so excited at the first 'goal' that he fell over the barrier onto the lower tier and was promptly stretchered away. Not sure if he realised in his concussed state that the linesman's flag had gone up!
Onward bus to Salento, via Pereira and several 'anti-narcotico' check-points(!) 7 hours.
... not too worried.
I had a nice lunch in the town of Guatape overlooking the lake and had a great time in this peaceful little area. I’ve always known that I’m not really a city person, but I realize it more and more when I leave a city and get to spend some time in the peacefulness of the country like this. I relaxed in the town until about 4pm and then hopped on a bus back to Medellin. I talked to Melissa while I was ...