Hotel Estelar Milla de Oro
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... buying tickets to Cuba and the US, but happy to get it done. We also decided to head off the beaten track to a small beach town, next to the Panama border. We trekked over to the small regional airport and we're lucky enough to score some tickets on a little prop plane. We elected to fly versus bus then boat out of Turbo which would take a day and half. So we were heading to Acandi by plane, and then off to Carpugana by a 30 minute boat ride...easy? We shall ...
... and had to go back to the hole of a hostel. Thank god we have mosquito nets, sleeping liners and our own pillows / blankets so we didn't touch their pillows and we could avoid the potential diseases the room had been infested with. Needless to say in the morning we got up early and made it our mission to find a nicer hostel which was actually in a busy area as it was the weekend. We came across a lovely hostel which had a bar, dipping pool on the roof, hammock area, pool ...
... showed what an average family would eat in a week from various countries around the world. It was fascinating seeing the different types of food and amounts that are being eaten. In the last exhibit about television, I had two different young guys take me around show me things. Although they didn't speak great English, we managed to communicate. I did things like subtitle scenes from a movie, dance, star in movies, make the front page of a fiction newspaper and more. ...
... in Columbia! It was really nice!! Thanks again!! We also did a tour of Medellin called the real city tour. This was really interesting and the guy was very open about how Medellin has gone from the most dangerous city in the world to one that's thriving. We learnt about the history, dodgy politicians, Pablo Escobar, growing up in the 80's and 90's, the good and the ...
... all the hills on its way to Bogota, and it wasn't long until a quick nap occurred as a spanish movie was being cranked over the speakers. Despite the air con, it's still quite warm up the front as our side was in the sun. We had assumed we were on an express bus (as we were told) but as usual, the driver was stopping for everyone along the way who waved or wanted to get off and each time, the cool air that had started to accumulate where we were, left the front ...