Hotel Estelar Milla de Oro
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... before I woke up. It was their last day in Medellín before going back to Bogotá for the weekend, so they didn't want to spend it asleep in the hostel. I woke up at a reasonably early 11:30 and got lunch at the hostel. Chris and Chris, or the Chris Package according to Anke, came back at the same time Luke showed up at our hostel. He wasn't enjoying his place and figured he'd join his new friends.
Eventually it was time for the Chris Package to ...
... placed to go tonight. That place really made both of us turn down so we were ready to turn it in for the night. The following day, I get up early and as usual sleeping beauty is still resting lol. (love you Tiff). I made breakfast. By the way, it was very nice of Juan to allow us to make breakfast each day we were there. We saved mucho dinero by doing so. This is the first air bnb I've stayed where it was ok to do so. After breakfast, Juan drove us to the train station so ...
... greeted by Susanna (half of the Colombian/English partnership) who owns pthis amazing little hostel. Looking nothing too special from the plain metal front door, the house is split level and backs onto a hill slope down to the lakeside. Theres 2 balconies at the back, overlooking the lake and a veranda at the front, where the rock can be seen. We are told to treat it like a home from home and shown to our private double ensuite room. A beautiful view of the lake dominates like ...
... up with the guys from our walking tour. But Mario tires early so we head home around 11pm. He's too old for this ****, so he says... ;) Day 44: We peek through our curtained window in our little hotel room and realise there's a different woman on reception. So Mario, being the super charmer that he is, goes down to ask if we can possibly move rooms upstairs where it's likely to be a bit more quiet. The nice receptionist says "Of course! Most of our ...
... 1) Properties 500 properties in Colombia Many in US and Panama Monoco building - lived with mother, wife and two kids - 1980 to 1989 - pool, 8 floors, helipad Huge building?? Always Miami style palm trees Always white - tribute to cocaine 2) 1989 cartel war - M wanted to charge drug tax - C didn't like - first car bomb 24ft deep, 50lg TNT - daughter still has hearing problems - ghost property - no official record - confiscated after explosion No Squatters - ...