Art Hotel Boutique
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... him the address and we were off. 15 minutes and around 15000 peso later, we seem to be on track when he pulls over and points to a hostel. But it's not ours and it's the party hostel Pit Stop, around the corner. We try explaining that Black Sheep hostel is round the corner but he seems confused and we just get out and decide to walk. The streets remind us of back in Brisbane, a sort of Kelvin Grove and Paddington style area with the older style homes, ...
... inhabited by crack-heads, are demolished and replaced by large pieces of modern art, (not sure what´s democratic about this), and have helped make Medellin a safe place to live and visit. As one young Colombian said to me, "Before, just Escobar and his men had cocaine. Now everybody has it!" And having been on a night in the upmarket bar district of Parque Lleras I can confirm that to be the case. Another massive win for the `War on Drugs´ then.
... this seriously because it means I could essentially travel South America for as long as I still have my guitar and vocal skills. After dinner, I rode the subway and bus back to Estefa's apartment (and made a quick 17,000 pesos along the way). Estefa wasn't home and never came home so I just played some music, learned song lyrics (I'm very close to finishing my first Colombian tune), smoked a bit, and then headed to ...
... impression they didn't want tourists to think he was anything to celebrate or glamourise but they realise people want to learn about him (naturally for someone who made enough cash through crime to have paid off Colombia's national debt!)
After visiting numerous political monuments, churches where shady locals justify their lifestyles to their god, bustling shopping streets, street art by local Botero (fat sculptures basically!), we ended visiting a couple ...
... older Colombian who it turned out didn't even know each other. Nothing over the top but still a little weird! Taking a collectivo bus from the airport to downtown and then a taxi to our hostel, the Blacksheep, we were asked to take a private twin room as the dorm we'd booked was still full. It seems as far as possible existing guests get priority for extending over new customers coming in. As we got it for the dorm price neither Justin or I were bothered. It was the Medellin local ...