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On our last day in Medellin, Robert and Suly took us on a walking tour of the city center.
It felt like Hong Kong on steroids.
The streets were totally jammed with folks ready to sell you most anything you could possibly want. We bought a suitcase to replace our large one that bit the dust in Cartagena.
The highlight of our day was the Botero Museum and the 2 dozen very large Botero bronze statues that grace the ...
... Medellin and the train systems and where to go. So we decide to head to the central area of La Candelaria and see what Medellin has to offer in this area. We grab our Metro card with a return ticket to San Antonio metro station and make our way there amongst all the staring eyes. We get off and struggle down the stairs to ground level before making our way through the city. We come across the biggest supermarket Exito we've seen so far so head in, grab ...
... 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 ...
... microbrewery beers from the Cordilleras brand. After trying both Cordilleras and Bogotá Beer Company (the two main Colombian micro brewers), I can say for sure the Bogotá Beer Company is my favorite beer brand in South America (so far). The Cordilleras brand just tasted weak and flat to me but the BBC beer reminds me of good VT beer. After pool and beers, Hacéne and I walked around Zona Rosa trying ...
... which represent the new Medellin. These used to be absolute no go areas and only 15 years ago this city was the single most dangerous in the world. Amazing to think you'd be safer visiting Beirut than what is now a thriving, colourful, cosmopolitan, friendly and fun city not that long ago.
After an excellent tour we all went back to the hostel then headed out for fajitas in a bustling bar-filled part of town. It was Friday night and Medellin was heaving with ...