Art Hotel Boutique
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... to run to Exito only a few 100m away and take refuge as we grab dinner supplies. We get back to Black Sheep at 1630 and Leesh is wrecked with a sore throat and swollen glands so dives into bed and has a nice, long afternoon siesta to try and recover some energy before we head down and hope that it's no longer peak hour in the kitchen at 1945. But we are wrong and it's the same as last night. Three cooking, three standing around blocking the room. So we head upstairs to the tv ...
... front of the museum.
There are 2 Botero bronzes in Denver at the Performing Arts Center.
Botero donated most of his art on display in his home town - Medellin.
He is now 83 and makes his home in Monte Carlo.
Our last stop in Medellin was Pueblito Paisa - a replica 'small village' in a park setting named Paisa after the affectionate term used for residents of ...
... 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.
... food must be really bad if they thought that was amazing! Really not sure what to do tomorrow, i really wanna get back to the coast and learn surfing in Montañita Ecuador, this city life really isnt for me. On the other hand i wouldnt mind going to Guatape with the lads but it means im going the opposite direction from Ecuador! Decisions ...
... to keep the blown up statue in the square. Colombians are also known as the happiest people on the planet, even with so much going on in their country they hold on to any piece of hope and continually celebrate it. As our tour finished at 6:30pm and we wanted to catch the 8:00pm bus to Santa Marta, we had to rush off to the metro. It turns out we should have waited as everyone else on the tour ended up on our train because we couldn't find the right platform. We rushed to ...