Hotel Casa Tenerife

Address: Centro Historico, Santa Fe de Antioquia, Colombia | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Centro Historico, Santa Fe de Antioquia, is near Museo de Antioquia, Parque Nacional del Cafe, Little City (El Pueblito), and Bare Foot Park (Parque de los Pies Descalzos).
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      A travel blog entry by jamieking on Oct 14, 2014

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      ... the van managed to actually make it up the hill because it was just wet mud. This was to be our first stop which was Rafas house where he would give us breakfast. He dished out Arepa and eggs with cheese was really fine. We hadnt long ate but i still managed to shovel it all down anyway. While Rafa was cleaning up one of the giys on the trip said we should play the name game which was a good ice breaker for the whole group. That then led onto what your ...

      Pacific Coast...Welcome to The Jungle baby!

      A travel blog entry by gerad-and-lisa on Apr 19, 2014


      ... traffic, no noise other than the waves the crickets and the cool laid ack beats playing out of the hostel speakers. It was truly an isolated paradise with only a few other houses/shacks along the beach and most tucked in amongst the trees so you can barely see them. Geoff was already out there and we met the owner who he was good friends with as well as the other staff which were all locals who didn't speak Spanish but were good enough to talk simple Spanish for us and ...

      30th Jan - 6th Feb Medellin Madness

      A travel blog entry by stuwelly on Jan 30, 2014

      34 photos

      ... front of a showpiece loco. This was to be his stage for the next 15 minutes, whilst he used the railway track as a timeline for Medellins history. Using his hat and water bottle, as props or markers for key points in the cities history. He started off explaining that Paisas (people from Medellin) consider themselves different from other Colombians, and by different they think better than other Colombians. The city is a large bowl surrounded by mountains, which is said to be ...

      New Years and the hangover

      A travel blog entry by mel_chris on Jan 01, 2014

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      ... we found nothing open.

      The hangovers were pretty bad on the first. We got some disgusting fried chicken from the nearest open shop which didn't help things. They even gave us plastic gloves to use to hold the chicken. After a few hours dozing back at the hostel we made our way to the airport. Given the way we were feeling we were both very glad that we had decided to fly to Cali rather than opt for the 10 hour bus ...

      3 months of living like a Paisa

      A travel blog entry by jinbetravelin on Nov 24, 2013

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      ... br> Woke up to the sound of my Colombian phone. Confused. Couldn't figure out where the phone was. Finally found it and realized it was 11:11. I was supposed to meet two of my co-workers for a farewell lunch at 12. Luckily I had invited Rebecca O'Leary to join me the night before. She was the one that had called me and was at the door, which I answered bleary eyed a minute after waking up. Rrrrrebecca or Bec is a 25 y.o. mate from a bumble **** "town" (^_~) in Australia that I ...