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... that i didn't shut the door behind me. :P
After class, went on a hunt for a conversational club.
How long does it take for a American, a Brit and a Korean to find a classroom?
1. Donde esta la biblioteca? blah blah blah get to the library.
2. Donde esta la salon de clase 007? blah blah blah, wrong ******* place. (Really ...
... had to pay more fees to come back down again, as the ticket from before was only a single. We hoped to get our own cabin as it was a really long journey back down to the other furnicular. We got on, but no luck, the driver ushered on 6 more people so there were 8 of us all crammed in, when the next one behind us was empty-just our luck. Once down, we jumped back on the other furnicular to take us back to the metro. When we got back to El Poblado, there was another shopping centre, ...
... public transport and is a beautiful city in a valley surrounded by mountains and you can take a metro cable up to the top of the surrounding hills and have a breathtaking view of the city. Medellin is a city that is hard to leave as I was planning on staying for 3 days but ended up staying for 6 lol. But tomorrow I will be heading to Manizales and the famous coffee triangle and will be touring the famous coffee farms. Can't wait. Until then. ...
... cream sundaes, just to keep the sugar levels redlining.
The final activity on the family reunion was a trip and overnight stay on the beautiful beach of Playa Blanca. Bypassing the expensive and overcrowded boat tour we taxied it to Pasacaballos then crossed the dank river on a barge to be greeted by locals with a scooter and spare helmet. We then took the ****-smashing ride along a dusty road all the way to the pristine waters.
Going on ...
... then we stopped at a point where people prayed to a Virgin Mary and heard a little story about a gangster who gave an old woman lots of money, then we went past a building that used to be the Medellin cartel headquarters and after a bit of driving around the town (including checking out addicts of 'basu' the refuse from the first cut of preparing cocaine) it was on to Pablo's aunt's house where he was shot and killed. All the buildings that Pablo or ...
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