Art Hotel Boutique
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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After waking to a very damp, cold, & misty morning, we headed out of camp with the promise of a roof over our heads, a comfy bed, & the hope of a laundry! Right turn out of camp, with no time to warm up, the accent started. It may not have been as severe as yesterday's start, however, it seemed more effort was required. Fortunately, after …
... he just went back to wanting to woo Ella with free drinks. I should also point out he was shorter than her by almost a foot! Meanwhile we carried on drinking the local specialty spirit (not home-brewed, don't worry mum!) and getting excited for the climax of our night. This took place at Andreos HQ in the Zona Rosa, a night infamous for outrageous amounts of salsa by locals, old and young, and bartenders pouring rum into any open mouth. This massive (and insane) complex ...
... had to go after the second service they found was also closed. Eventually, I talked with our mechanic who is from Bogota, he walked us to a hostel and we arranged with his help to have his and our laundry picked up at the hotel and dropped off tomorrow. Both mechanics have been very sweet to me. Rest DayNot much scheduled. Some serious bike cleaning and reorganizing for colder weather in the stages to come as first fall into the river valley and then climb to Bogota which is at about 9,000 ft.
... in hostels where possible. For return transfer and lunch, it was 75000peso a head and went from 0900-1900. We didn't think we needed this long or needed a tour. Especially as transport costs 13000 each way. Massive saving and nothing like being a local on the chicken buses. It's a long two and a bit hours out to La Piedra where El Penol is located and would be way less time if the driver didn't stop and pick up anyone along the way or drop off anyone wherever they wanted. ...
... single night. Despite this, the kids had so much energy and enthusiasm, were clearly proud to show off their skills and they were very engaging, even as their trainer put them through a work out worthy of a rowing club. If this is Medellín´s future, it´s a good one.
We commenced our touring of Colombia with a visit to the picturesque El Peñol dam, near Guatape, before I spent the better part of a week exploring Medellín. It is hard to overstate just ...