Casa Pestagua Hotel Boutique, Spa
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... side Crouch and I literally walked across the bridge into the home of good coffee, welcoming people and fly women, only at the cost of basic infrastructure. We could've wandered all the way past immigration if we'd wanted. The official could have cared less if we were carrying automatic weapons and ebola.
We immediately jumped on our "9" (12) hour bus to Cali, the home of salsa. To prepare ourselves for the catch up with da boyz in Medellin we hit the zoo to ...
... of buying a T-shirt in every country, and bought a ten dollar soccer T-shirt off the street. We managed to take a lot of good photos before the humidity got to us again, so we stopped at Juan Valdez for a cold drink. We had already spent most of the day looking at the walled city so we were keen to get back to the city.
Outside the city we were offered a ride back to the port for only $15. We accepted, but neither Ted nor I were feeling that confident about ...
... blaring music here!) but I certainly heard Alycia ask me more than once if I'd showered!? I obviously look as amazing I feel. It was so much fun though and I hope it will work out again in the future. I've never really felt travelling is an escape from my life back home, it's more of an education and an experience to me. I love that I can share it with my friends and family and coworkers and maybe even somebody randomly reading this. It's even cooler to be able to talk ...
... people had raved about it. It was quite a long day, visiting several pueblos (small towns), enjoying a typical Colombian breakfast and lunch, a cruise on Guatapé reservoir, a walk around Guatapé (very colourful town with 3D images carved on the side of the houses), and walked up the 675 steps to the top of El Peñol for amazing views of the man-made Guatapé reservoir and surrounding hills. The following afternoon we flew to Cartagena, situated ...
... is off. So because of the poor management people are starting to get mad. This is one of those budget airlines where you have to pay for everything, including water. So the man in front of me asks one of the flight attendants (who looked quite like Mrs. Trumbull from Matilda) to at least pass out water since it had been an hour and she responded, "if you'd like water it costs 4,500 Colombian pesos." All of us around were just floored. ...