- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... around the city and I jammed with some Argentinians. There's this one couple of dudes staying at the hostel and they are pretty funny. They both play guitar and sing. One of them, Joaquin the Chilean, is 20 years old but knows a lot of interesting songs in Spanish (been picking his brain) and also plays some jazz so I've been having a blast jamming with him. When he's my age he'll be playing circles around me. The other guy, Jonaton the Colombian, pretty much just sucks; at guitar, ...
... I get the gist of what's going on.
After lunch and a nap, we went the other direction. For a few hours then had to walk back again. A supermarket was the end point but we exited a different door and were temporarily geographically misplaced. We didn't walk far until we came to some train tracks and I knew we had not crossed them on the way there. Dunia asked directions, she is much ...
... got news that the roads were still blocked two days before leaving the EcoYoga Farm in Cartago. As San Agustin was our planned next step, we had to suddenly come up with a new plan. Since we were only 3 hours from Cali, the world's capital of salsa dancing, we decided on a whim to spend the time we wanted to spend in San Agustin there instead. Split second decision number one.
Once we got into Cali we realised that it wasn't where we wanted to ...
... without a prescription! Luckily, after two days of nearly ******* myself constantly and one horrific sleepless night my diagnosis and medication paid off and I recovered in time for the long bus journey down to Ecuador
On top of all this my Mummy no longer loves me and has
replaced me in her life with a horse which goes by the name of Ruby!
We have come up against a lot of obstacles so far in
Colombia and there has definitely been a lot ...
... cable car back down with a “No eating in the cable car” message from some man just to see us off but we had glorious views of the town and valley on the return journey!
After a really fun afternoon we also prepared for what was undoubtedly going to be a big evening too. It was the hostel owners birthday and so they had a big party with 4 live bands playing and all the other hostels knew about it too! Graziano and I enjoyed some of the local drink ...