Hotel Egina Medellin
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... 8217;s transformation as a city. We really loved this 4 hour tour, which took us through markets, to libraries, statues, squares, and Botero’s sculpture park. She also enlightened us to how the the rocky politics, drug trade and international influence (ie. the US wanting to control drug flow) have created conflict, resolution and she was able to put Colombia's very violent past into a more concrete understanding for us.
... a very friendly German girl from the hostel. We took the metro to a point where the cable cars start and are designed to be a continuation of the metro line to carry locals from the city centre over the hills to the poorer areas in the slums. The metro is a symbol of the progress Colombia is making with more inward investment and political will making jobs, health services and education more accessible to people in the poorer areas where geographically it is more challenging ...
... the bank. So for about 10- 15 minutes I jabber away in Spanish about who we are, where I live, where we are going, how much I love Colombia, how old I am, how much I love Dan more than when I met him, how I learned Spanish. I got many laughs and a standing ovation. The few riders that were there were in total awe. Maybe I missed my calling. Still another rough 36k on messy dirt (but not quite as muddy) to lunch and then on to Caucasia. The bikes were filthy and not working ...
... us to get a tuc tuc or a horse up to the start point but there was no need as it was only a 5 minute walk. At Penon de Guatape you have to climb 700 steps to reach the top of the rock which is one of the biggest things for tourists to do in Medeillin. When we arrived at the foot of the rock we were feeling a bit overwhelmed because it looked very steep!!!!! We bought our tickets which cost 12,000 peso and started our climb which actually was much easier than we thought. The ...
... covered in explosive and sparkling colors that can average more than 15 million bulbs! We had a blast walking through it all. We went early, thankfully!!! We got there just after the sun set and it was not that crowed, but when we left two hours later there were so many people you could barley walk around. It was like a huge carnival!!! We also tried the local liquor, aguardiente, Colombia's official national spirit.