Holiday Inn Express Medellin
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... the kitchen making coffee he walked in the kitchen greeting me in espanol, "Buenos Dias". Him and I began chatting. I kept asking him how to say certain words in spanish so he began to give me a spanish lesson. I wanted to know how to say the basic things in spanish. Lets go to the store 'vamos para ir a la tienda' or happy birthday 'feliz cumpleanos' We ended up making a game of it which seemed more like the movie the Color Purple when Netty was teaching Ceely how to read in ...
... station as we both don't have our bearings as to where Poblado and our hostel is. The directions are complex.. so we jump in a taxi and within 10 minutes we arrive! We hadn't planned or called ahead so cross our fingers that they have the same room we booked for tomorrow night, also available tonight. They did! excellent. The polite reception tell us it will be a 10 minute wait and to take a seat in the lounge. There's a lot of English speakers in all manner of accents. Its been ...
... started flying around and scared the **** out of me.
The ride to Santa Fe de Antioquia was quick and easy. It's about a little more than an hour out of Medellin. The driver was.. a crazy driver. I thought there is no way I'm going to be able to sleep on this....So I wake up maybe 30 minutes into the drive because the air has gotten cooler. We are driving over the mountain and a very famous, very Spanish song comes on. The type of song that they would have on a sketch ...
... and exercises that are designed to generate an understanding of what it means to be discriminated against, the importance of respect, and how to make the world a better place.
Everyone had a moment in the spotlight, sharing a story of significance to them. I chose to share a little bit about the volunteer work I am doing with the Trevor Project. One of the older presenters shared stories about growing up in the slums that are to the ...
... and onto the road where, lo and behold, a map appeared! Luckily we'd chosen the correct route (which is unlike us!) so we only had another half hour's walk back to the cable car.
At this point, however, the clouds decided to unleash their heavy cargo and we were forced to take shelter from the rain under some trees and our umbrella. A bit further along we spotted a cafe so we huddled under their roof for a while to see if the rain would ease off, which eventually it ...