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... I was even thinking about learning one or two of their tunes since they are so popular. When Dany suggested it, I knew I had to go despite high price of 80,000 pesos (US$40) for the ticket. I spent the afternoon playing music on the busses and I figured out some new techniques of how to get more money. I then headed to the bull-fighting arena where the show was to be held. The show was pretty good but the sound quality wasn't ...
... It is so much more comfortable than it was up on the coast. I love it! It’s about 25*C (80*F) and very little humidity. It’s so nice to be comfortable again!
I found my hotel by 11am and it is actually really nice. They were nice enough to let me check in right away and I was able to go in and have a shower. After the 13 hour bus ride it felt great, especially with the strongest water pressure ...
... to our hostel we booked tomorrow a walking tour of the city centre before we plan to take an overnighter bus to Bogota. Tuesday July 1st. Up early we packed our backpacks and had a quick fruit breakfast before heading to the meeting spot at the metro for the free walking tour. All up 20 backpackers had booked this tour on line. Our guide Hernan was a local who had also lived in New York and he spent the next 4 hours walking us through the good and shady parts of ...
... checking in, spoke to us in English and asked what we were looking for. He was from Medellín. He knew of a couple places, and with the help of the front desk we finally decided on one that we thought would work--Rincón Mexicano (Mexican Corner).
We got a very personable taxi driver outside of the hotel--Jose. The restaurant does not serve chips automatically like in American restaurants, but we were able to order a plate of chips and it came with ...
... depend a lot on their food and we were pleased to find that Colombian food seems very good - expensive compared to Bolivia and Peru, but very good. For about £2.50 each we treated ourselves to a couple of little pulled pork burritos and a beer. I also tried bunuelos, small fried dough balls that are nice and filling.
We were desperate for some veggies in the evening and so found the biggest supermarket we'd seen in a long ...
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