Hotel Estelar Milla de Oro
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... Conversational Club not at EAFIT, but rather another university UPB about... 20 minutes away. I was going to try to find it with Collin, but found out that I started work the next day!
Mother of Thunder: So I was home eating dinner and it started raining. I love listening to the rain. It starts to thunder and I begin to see lightning. Great, love that too. Munching ...
... to the hostel to get ready to go for dinner. We decided to eat at Hooters, which John reckons he remembers going to in England. You are basically served by pretty girls in skimpy or next to no clothes, who go round on rollerblades and hot pants as waitresses. It was buy one get one free on the mojitos so we had one of those each. The food was average, but I'm sure the blokes who go there love the place. We left after the food, ready to do the Pablo Escobar tour in the morning. ...
... is the second biggest city in Colombia and a lot nicer (in my opinion) than Bogota. The town is in a valley that sprawls up the sides of the mountains where the poorer barrios are situated, similarly to La Paz. After the violent history Medellin was subjected to, the government has certainly invested alot in cleaning up the city including building a fantastic public transport system which includes a main train line. In recent years, 2 ...
... and I awoke as the sun rose overland. I walked along the shore continuing the search to find myself then enjoyed a breakfast swarmed with more flies than the Australia Outback. I came across a polluted area and decided to take a little time to clean it up. After a while I realised I’d barely made a dent and wondered what the point was. I then remembered a quote from Edmund Burke who said, “The worst mistake you can make is to do nothing because you can only do ...
... up - if you are afraid of heights then steer clear! The mountain rises to 3,152 metres above sea level, where there is a church (built in the 17th century) with a shrine, devoted to "El Señor Caído" (Fallen Lord). It also has multiple fancy restaurants that overlook the entire city and many little shops that have local food (lots of weird meats that Joe loved), beer and souvenirs.
After a somewhat bumpy plane ride (honestly, probably the ...
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