Hotel Estelar Blue
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As a wise man once wrote, "Brevity is... wit." In the hopes of eventually catching up to the present, I will try and fail to keep this post short.
Inspired by the walking tour of Medellín, myself, Chris, Chris, and our roommate Anke from Germany decided to take a walking tour of the rest of our hostel. Turns out it has 5 floors, with a hammock patio and small pool. Who would have known? (well, Anke knew)
We relaxed for the rest of the ...
... and guess what ....he spoke english.... well a little bit at least. He paid extra close attention to our table. Side Note: A Pisa is a term used for someone originally from Medellin. After we learned that we began telling everyone we met we were Pisa.....of coarse they knew we were lying. lol.. I mean come on, we were speaking spanglish for God's sake. There was a happy hour that we made it in time for. It was two for one drinks.... I swear I didn't mean to drink 4 ...
... rise and fall of the hills and valleys. Its a lovely journey. Throughout the duration of these last 2 weeks we've been offered all manner of ridiculous journey times, often wildly inaccurate just to get a ticket sale. But I've brought along a Lonely Planet Travelbook and decide to go with their estimate of 2 hours so we can roughly plan our half day sightseeing. The 2 hours is correct and we get dropped off at a tourist information booth on the main road. El Penol has been ...
... amounts of selfies while the police led the horses for them, and eating bags of chips while not even holding the reins. Chuh... We made our way back to the hotel after a long but great day. Medellin is a very vibrant and livable city. And our neighbourhood of El Poblado has some seriously great restaurants. I demolish an exceptional vegetarian burger for dinner, and so does Mario. I can't believe my eyes ;) We hit a couple of bars in our area ...
... altercation with the change. Checked in and went for a wander around the main square in Poblado. It's a very cool area. Plenty of bars, cool shops and cafés etc. had the most delicious teriyaki salmon from a place on the parque called ThaiCo. Ran into Christian Daish and his sister Louise. Also met Sperry and some other Canadians. Just ****** around for a bit while Kate went to bed and went up later at about ...