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... who lives in the US and is travelling by scooter joined us and I will pick his brains as he knows the roads south of here.
The Argentinian walked me to a few bike shops to find a new tyre which I eventually had fitted. He negotiated a cash discount and, although it does not have quite the aggressive grip of my existing tyre, it is a better road one. ...
... you've got to the top on the flat ground, you can't see any views of the city, only the forests underneath you. It was a really long furnicular ride, eventually, once at the top, you could get off and wander about. There was a local food market there selling snacks and drinks, and all kinds of handicrafts. We got some snacks and they even had jugo to lulo, so I had some of that fruit juice. We looked round the stalls for a while and sat down to eat our lunch. Basically we'd come ...
... finally getting down to the bottom. Went to another shopping mall for a bit just to look around. This one had the biggest ball pit I've ever seen! Met Jesse's Dutch friends and went out for drinks. Tried to go to a club but everything was dead.
Tuesday Day 6: Pablo Escobar tour. Awesome. Atlectico National football match... in the rain. 1-1 draw.
Wednesday Day 7: Gym in the morning. Left for Cartagena via avion! ...
... industry including the huge cost of greed and power. The passionate 25-year-old tour guide grew up amongst the corruption, violence and pain, which were the central reality for Colombians (particularly in Medellin) for many years when a human life was worth less than US$1,000.
Getting back from the tour we checked into the new hostel – the third in three nights – and prepared for another night out, getting rid of the long locks and acquiring ...
What a trip to get here from Pereirra - 5 hours by taxi. Thermal baths with spectacular waterfall along the way. Reached Medellin around 7pm, dinner and rum for drinks. Staying at the Tiger Paw hostel. Reminds me of my travels through Europe in 1996! Loving it! More on Medellin to ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service