Dann Carlton Medellin Hotel
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... rock so we thought we had better climb up and see what all the fuss was about-all 700 plus steps!
It was well worth the effort as at the top we were treated to a 360 view of the surrounding valleys and lakes which had been created by the daming project.
Ever enterprising, the Colombians had opened a couple of restaurants at the top as well as a number of souvenir stalls so we stopped for a drink to soak up the views.
Coming down was much easier on the legs although ...
... stop pour les traitres. Encore beaucoup de controles de police ou militaires, nous ne semblons pas les interesser. En tout cas, ils ne controlent pas le respect du code de la route, je crois que c'est peine perdue.Les routes sont a peage, et pourtant cela ressemble plutot a nos petites nationales a deux voies seulement qui tournicotent a la moindre denivellation, on est tres loin d'une autoroute. Mais ...
... or less impassable track, even for a Defender. So we parked next to lake, got
out a beer and I dug out my spinning rod in the fond hope of something perhaps being
stupid enough to provide us with supper. Result? A fat zero – not one bite!
Having had a lovely supper cooked for all four
of us by Chris, the next evening it was our turn. So we got a fire going in our
braai drum inside the BBQ hut on which to cook chilli con carne in our flat
potjie pot. We ...
... the pitching hence the name and the ball, is bigger, and well a bit softer than a baseball.
The kids have absolutely loved it and the director of the foundation Marcos, used to be a sports coach so we are in all good hands.
We have been putting to good use baseball equipment donated by an American; bats, gloves, balls and helmets. There's a small clearing pretty much surrounded by a swamp, not great for when the ball ends up in it and we are tip ...
... park that housed both the botanical gardens and parque explorer. I think parque explorer is aimed at kids, but sure when has that stopped us before?? We signed up and got our wrist bands and made our way around the park. It had an aquarium, a vivarium loads of dinosaurs and science exhibits. The dinosaurs were life sized and made noise and moved, it felt like Jurassic park without that annoying Goldblum dude, and we didn't have the whole mortal danger thing to contend ...
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