Hotel Cyan Suites
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... who got killed as he scored an own goal and Escobar himself. We then went to one of his houses and met his brother Roberto and house now a museum but it got attacked not long ago, I think 2009 as people believe money still hidden in secret hiding places. Bullet holes in walls and doors. Roberto himself had a letter bomb in his face while he was in prison and has had to have plastic surgery on his face at least 25 times, is blind in one eye and ...
... name which Latin American people call backpackers).
Pablo explained to us how Medellin used to be a terrible place; drug cartels dominated the city, far right and far left wing groups in a constant battle resulted in millions of fearful civillians. But more significantly, Pablo proudly explained to us how Medellin pulled itself out of the gutter and became a strong, economically advanced city. He continued by telling us thaf the city is a new place now and ...
... bongo drum and starts to play us 5 or so of his favourite Colombian tunes. Once we got to the top of the hill and the wee Colombian lad was all out of tunes we pulled over at a view point and could see the whole of Medellin in the distance! The roads seems to become smaller and have less tarmac on them then out of nowhere we took a left off the 'road' and onto track which was only just wide enough for the van and went down hill and then up hills. ...
... beer. I sat down at a table until one of the patrons told me that I had to buy more alcohol if I wanted to occupy a table. So I got up and the table remained empty until I left. Dear reader, you might have noticed a subtle undertone these last 2 paragraphs. I was pretty frustrated at everything and left Carito's club at the first opportune moment.
Not a great first impression of the party scene, but in Medellín the party never stops.
To be ...
8. Drinking tap water. I must have spent over a grand on bottled water in the last year and waking up in the middle of the night with a horrid thirst and an empty bottle next to the bed is depressing. Face the tap water and a week of liquid poos or battle the thirst?
7. Not having to look up accommodation. I used to enjoy looking at options for our next location but I can't be bothered any more, in fact I've devolved ...