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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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... there is an over emphasized beauty culture that leads to a lot of latin barbie doll types walking the streets) all the massueses in Cusco couldn't iron the kink in my neck from all head turns. Smokey in Friday couldn't match me for "DAMN" s in Medellin. Halloween seemed to last longer than a Jamie Lee Curtis saga, it was easy to lose track of the beers, cocktails and crepes & waffles from across the street we annihilated. The most was definitely made of the only weekend ...
... at an even higher altitude. In all honesty, I can't fully remember the significance of why this cathedral was built so high on the hill. There are a lot of cathedrals and people in South America are very religious. After a while it all starts to blend together to me. What I really enjoyed about Monserrate was the amazing view of Bogota down below. The city is enormous and from up there you realize how little you will see and experience. And I was yet again short of ...
On the, Friday me and my friend, Gill, decided to hitnthe beach and the best one in the area is known as Playa Blanca. Or hostel offered a round day trip for around £15 which semed a bit steep so we took a local bus to a village 2 hours away including rediculous traffic, a few stops for the driver to buy a fruit juice, plenty of salesmen and two rappers. Once there we found our way to a lorry yard with a pontoon onto a river at the end. After a ...
... swimming in the fresh water and even played a bit of beach volley ball. There are lots of people on the beach who walk up and down selling food and drink so we decided to get a freshly caught fried fish for lunch and it was delicious! The fish fell off the bone and melted in our mouths. After a long day in the sun we retreated back to our room after fresh homemade tacos for dinner. 30th- we decided to check out the local town to see what was on offer. We started with ...
... a great deal for the next time we want to go to Medellin (definitely on MY list now!). Juliana and Oscar invited us to join them for dinner, again in Old Cartagena - but just outside the walled city, in a neighbourhood called Getsemani. They had a vehicle (they had driven from Bogota (Yikes! That's a 20 hour drive!)).
We decided to go back into the old city a little earlier, and just meet them at the restaurant ...
Alas, that is where the problems ...