Belfort Medellin Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
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... Christchurch. The hostel was awesome and we met a bunch of good people from Wales, Ireland, NZ and Aussie. Highly recommend the hostel!
Medellin is set down in a valley so surrounded by mountains and vegetation - it was gorgeous, so lush and green as we drove from the airport! Unfortunately a bit overcast most the time though so not always a clear view.
Our first day we got up and cracking to do the ...
... as Colombians....
As well as visiting a stack of museums, galleries, community gardens and other bits and pieces, I rounded off my time in Medellín with a couple of trips up the gondolas either side of the valleys, both of which are completely integrated into the metro system. The gondolas rise, stretch and streetch up the valley hillside, one in the west, which flies over the pretty, if poor, suburb of Commune 13, known for its vibrant street art, the other ...
... But to my relief old Tilso, the very much in the closet, pirate tattooed Colombian captain had it all sorted. A proper 400 litre heavy walled esky half filled with solid ice blocks that lasted 4 of the 5 days, but that didn't matter because there was no way I was drinking during the open sailing anyway. Now I did really enjoy the 3 days spent around the San Blas islands but the open water sailing was very average indeed, there is nothing to do and I couldn't even read a ...
... festival by 2 weeks (apparently one of the best in the world). We got back, relaxed a bit, and headed out to the clubs again in force. This time there were around 15 of us from a couple of hostels. Dance, dance, alcohol, etc.
Monday I slept in til 2:30 pm and didn't leave until dinner. That was followed by a short trip out to the clubs. Again.
Stay tuned for Medellín part 3.5/2: Guatapé...
8. Drinking tap water. I must have spent over a grand on bottled water in the last year and waking up in the middle of the night with a horrid thirst and an empty bottle next to the bed is depressing. Face the tap water and a week of liquid poos or battle the thirst?
7. Not having to look up accommodation. I used to enjoy looking at options for our next location but I can't be bothered any more, in fact I've devolved ...