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... numbers of some instructors while I was there and did a bit of dancing with Maria and a lot of drinking with Jan and Hacéne, who showed up halfway through. After a fun night, Jan and I took a cab back to the hostel. It was late but we were drunk and I wanted to smoke so we ended up staying up talking out back of the hostel with an Argentinian guy until 4am (mostly about learning languages) and then I went to ...
Today I headed back into town armed with the
Lonely Planet map so I could actually see where I was going. I caught
the Mio for the first time - a more civilised, slightly cheaper and
air-conditioned version of Bogotá's Transmilenio bus system. I got off
at the Centro, filled with an overwhelming number of street vendors. I
walked to the colonial part of the centre and saw the Iglesia de la
Merced, a tiny, unassuming church ...
... We’re talking boobs AND bums! Julie and I couldn’t stop staring, the boys were embarrassed!
That night we (along with Daniel) headed out to Siboney, a most amusing salsa club! We arrived and were directed to a letterbox in the wall to provide payment, then we were searched and James was only just allowed in because he was wearing shorts, shock horror! This club had a great dance floor, lovely layout, brilliant DJ, but it ...
... minutes walking from the airport. This island is not big at all. It takes about an hour to drive around it. I spent 4 days and 3 nights here. The first day, I spent in the main town, which is not really that great at all. It has what you need to get by, but not much more. It is super crowded and has so many motorcycles whistling by that it is hard to even cross the street. The supplies I needed were easily available like food, sun screen ...
... North and South both are extended plains, in the
first one you can find the industrial city of Yumbo part of Cali's metropolitan area, to the south you can find Jamundí,
also part of the metropolitan area. The city is mainly flat, but there
are areas mostly to the West that are Mountainous, like ...