Hotel Casa Tenerife
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... aims to draw kids away from careers in violent crime. In this particular suburb, one of the local residents has formed a successful dance school. The majority of the kids, who put on an incredible salsa dance show, canīt have been much beyond 12, but they were throwing themselves and each other around with unbelievable skill. It was something I donīt think too many tourists would get to see, and I felt very lucky... even when I was pushed/pulled/dragged into an ...
... We stumbled across the Zona Rosa, the playground for tourists, expats and rich Colombians. There we had a couple of Micheladas (beer with salt and lime). Then wandered home. On the way back we got lost. But that's part of the fun. We had the idea to go out and party a bit, but we were just too tired from the bus. Bed was calling. The next day we headed into down town and checked out the city center. It was ...
Today I woke up blissfully late - at the shocking time of 8am! Waaat! I quickly got dressed, packed my bag and headed down for breakfast. Breakfast was amazing! The co-owner of our hostel made us french toast with bananas and maple syrup. Dayum they tasted good. After breakfast we brought our backpacks down. The cost of staying in here an extra night meant a room change and an increase in price by $10,000. While we waited for our Pablo Escobar tour bus to arrive, ...
... old fort (it was Bens birthday too). It was quite cool we just walked round and kinda guessed what things used to be because we didnt wanna pay for a guide. But then we discovered a whole maze of tunnels which ran underground. You could walk through them - they were mostly lit with electric lights but they had left some ends (or maybe not ends!) of the tunnel completely unlit - we tried to carry on but only had the flash on our cameras, and it seemed to go ...
I LOVE this city and would love to live here! It's fun, vibrant, busy and just super cool. Over the couple of days I was here I fell in love with Botero's art and sculptures, drunk so much good coffee, went on the most informative and passionate walking tour where I now understand a little more about Columbia's crazy past, spent my Sunday chilling out ...