Hotel Casa Tenerife
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel Casa Tenerife Santa Fe de Antioquia
Travel Blogs from Santa Fe de Antioquia
... and mag had sent a group message. Her friend replied today and asked if I fancied doing something. I jumped at chance at nikky and mark were being super couply and Ivo and Joyce were planning their next move. Was so funny as they said they'd pick me up and I assumed it was a girl but it was a guy! Julian was really sweet though, Shame he had a girlfriend! We drove and parked and took metro. Had ...
... passionate about many things in life.. but mainly football, family, music and thier country. They are so happy to see people experiencing Colombia knowing full well it was too dangerous before. Once I get close to people about my age or older and they open up about stories from thier childhoods. It was a very scary time with stories that coming from Aus, we just cant comprehend. Foreigners are new here. I will be riding the metro train and strike up a conversation with ...
... with a few of Estefa's friends so I gathered all my camping things (hammock, tent, etc.) and then we headed out. First stop was to get some MJ and then we hopped on a bus to the center of Medellín. It was a 45 minute ride so I asked the bus driver if I could play a few tunes. He nodded his head and turned off the music and with three quick songs I made 8,000 pesos, an hour's wage for Estefanía. I also met a really nice ...
... speaking with the governor of Medellin at the time and convincing them to leave the broken statue in place, next to which he donated a replacement. On this note we ended the tour and gave Hernan our tips. Unfortunately the bomb story was not the worst thing we heard that day because as we made our way to the metro station where Hernan gave each group directions to where they wanted to go we witnessed a dead woman, head smashed open by a man with a wooden weapon seconds before lying on ...
... and her Couchsurfing buddies I spent the final in perhaps the most relaxed atmosphere of any game of the tournament, sitting back, relaxing and eating the best meal that I had in Colombia - seafood chowder (apparently from a northern Colombian recipe). As Gotze was volleying home the winning goal, I was wiping my plate clean with fried plantain. Delicious.
And then it was time for the long haul back to Oz via Florida, Los Angeles, Tahiti, and Auckland.