Hotel Estelar Milla de Oro
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... on him which he claims is from the great weather in SC but I have no doubt he attended a few tanning beds. We went to the square first before going to the club where the pub crawl was finishing up but there was about 20 people in there so we had a drink and called it a night. Thursday to Saturday were the best nights for going out so we didn’t waste time trying to get blood out of stone. ...
... dropping off passengers, motos weaving their way through the traffic, noisy buses belching out smoke, people walking back and forth on the tree-lined sidewalk, and at the building right next to us, two men are resealing the seams in the roof. In the background are the multi-story buildings and the tall mountains beyond.
We ate lunch in the restaurant at 11:30 as we were meeting guests at 1 PM. I had a beef sirloin with a pepper sauce ...
It's another sneaking sleep in which wasn't too good considering we wanted to be away earlyish due to the two hour bus ride to Guatape. Plus Leesh has woken up with a sore throat after a mild cough from yesterday. We have time to squeeze in a brief but great catch up chat with our favourite man from London, Timothy, and lock in early September as our rendezvous time with him. We quickly get a move on and make our way to the northern bus terminal to get a bus out to Guatape. We are ...
We flew to Medellin! We spent $1,730.21 USD (3535857.16 Colombian Pesos) on our flight(as you remember), when arriving to Medellin Columbia we stayed in a hotel called "hotel El Deportista", for $36 USD (73746.00 Colombian pesos). While in Medellin we ate at a restaurant called "mondongo's" for Lunch and dinner. For breakfast we ate at Amoretti, a pastry and coffee shop. We had ...
... the earth. Going back down the rock was much easier than the way up thank Dios and by the time we had got down Rafa had cooked us lunch which was a combination of veg salads, spicy beans and a fish thing. I skipped on the fish just incase it made me want to **** out my ass like i had been doing the past week, not wanting to ruin the normality i have just gotten back. On the way home we stopped in past Guatape town which everyone said was a MUST to stay ...