Hotel Estelar Milla de Oro
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... kill some time and wait for the rush to be over. We put the movie Up on as there is nothing but rubbish on other channels. Seeing Angel Falls in the movie makes me just want to go there, but with Venezuela in its current situation, we won't be going near that place anytime soon. We finally get room in the kitchen and quickly cook up some steak and veg. Leesh grabbed some meat seasoning at the shops and it gives the beef a great flavour. The little things we never used at home ...
We had booked through booking.com, the Finca La Paz near the airport in Medellin. When the hospitality desk at the airport could not get an answer on the phone we should have been suspicious. After a $50 cab excursion in the foothills around ...
... are said to be extremely happy people. Our walk through downtown was a thing of interest to many locals who liked to shout "Hola!" and a few more unintelligible words, in a friendly manner. Tourism is still a novelty here. It was the first city in Colombia to get a Metro system and the stations and trains are spotless. No vandalism. No graffiti. The people are proud. The central plaza is home to ten or so bronze sculptures by world famous sculptor of chubby people, Fernando ...
Yesterday, I woke up around 9 and chilled for a bit before grabbing my guitar and heading to the busses and the metro to meet up with my French/Algerian buddy Hacéne. We had planned a trip to go to the town of Guatapé, a 2 hour bus ride from Medellin. The place is know for having a great view and a semi-touristy, quaint, little town on a river. Side note: it has rained every day except for the first day I was in Medellín. The monthly forecast for ...
... and packed our bag up before racing back to the metro hot and sweaty. We figured we could just catch the 9:00pm bus but as we got there at 7:50 we were able to boom the 8:00. As Lauren fished through her bag for clothes to change into Chris ran to find dinner which turned out to be hot dogs. On the bus we settled down to a movie before drifting off to sleep. We would have put up more photos but today while in Paso de Mango we realised our big camera has disappeared. Very, very ...