Hotel Estelar Blue
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This entry is out of order but we have so many happy memories of Medellín I didn't want to forget any.
It's the quirky things that keep you coming. Like no hot water at bathroom sinks. So far the showers have had hot, but here in Medellin the kitchen sink has only one knob-- cold. So you wash the dishes in cold water. Even at the hair dressers my hair was washed in cold water--- now that's refreshing!
Round the corner from the Black Sheep was a small trendy breakfast place which sold really good food so we headed there for breakfast. I got the granola with yogurt and fruit which although simple is exactly what i needed. I was glad it wasnt arepa! The trip to Guatape left at 9:30. Im expecting a after school bus style mini van to take the 10 or so of us who were going buti got a shock when we get outside and its a ford campervan from the 60s or 70s. ...
... session with a local who really knew his stuff- a Spanish guy who also lived in London for 16 years and had very strong opinions on what is bad and good to drink. We left bouncing off the walls on excellent coffee and had a curry in his restaurant before another game of Tejo now Roisin and a few other folks had made it down into town from Medellin. We left Casa de Lili the next morning with Lili herself giving us a farewell hug.
Next destination: Cali, home of ...
... unbelievable views of the mountains in the Antioquia region. It was absolutely beautiful! Unfortunately, because of the dirty, tinted windows on the bus, I wasn’t able to get any good pictures driving through the mountains, but it was stunning.
We arrived in Medellin at the Terminal del Transporte Norte at about 10:30am and I was able to hop right on the metro and head to the one closest to my hotel, ...
... shaking off most of my hangover and surprising the nerves of going back into a classroom environment (albeit 1-on-1 rather than class) I spent an extremely enjoyable hour with Jadi learning some of the basics. The session did end with a word I wasn't expecting - homework !!! - but I understood Jadi's point that about 70%2525 of the learning would be outside the classroom. After completing my homework in the afternoon and grabbing food Justin and I then headed to a shopping mall in search of ...