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... installed for primarily public transport reasons, since it provided a vital link between the city centre and the extreme poor living on the mountains in tiny red brick shacks.
The next cable car took us further up to Parque Arvi, a national park about 15km out of town. We didn't know anything about the park but with hindsight we should have done more research since it was a hell of a long journey and when you get there you are in the middle of a ...
... it was making so much noise. We called the front desk and they sent up a maintenance man. After he checked it out, the front desk called and said we would be moving to another room.
We moved to a new room and this one had recently been remodeled, so that was nice. After unpacking, we noticed that the latch on the window was broken. There was a handle, but the latch was not there. This allowed the window to be open about a 1/4 inch. We could ...
... halves in only their underwear! They held up traffic for a brief period, where they chanted and actually sat down, for a brief period (get it, brief). I even joined in the chant, although making up my own “No More Pants”. As we continued our walk/march, and were told that this was a peaceful rally in support of freedom of expression, it was called “Las Dias Sin Pantalones”. The whole no-pants thing was to show that everyone was equal.
... museum looking at Boltero's gift to the city.
Our last day in Medellin and we head to the botanical gardens for a picnic. We were told we could buy picnic lunches from the garden cafe, but when we arrived the cafe was only dishing out the very best of fried leftovers of what looked like 3 Christmases ago. But we were saved from that fate at the last minute when we spotted a sign for another restaurant set in the middle of the gardens. They did not do picnics either as it ...
... a beautiful horse named Sobrianna for 3 hours.******* awesome.
Okay, wanted to get that out of my system.
Collin, Luke, James, Sarah, Bec and I are walking through Terminal Norte, which is the bus terminal, looking for a bus company when a man offers to take us to Santa Fe for 10 mil COP each. Collin jumped on it and said yes, then so did most of the others. My brain was in a panic and thoughts of what I would have seen in a Saw movie, had I ever seen a Saw movie, ...
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