Hotel Florencia Plaza
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Fitness/Health center
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... some food. We found an unsatisfying fried something and went back for our laundry. Since we were passing by a large Éxito store, I took the chance to buy a nice shirt and jeans for the imminent night out.
This time we ended up at a nightclub that had literally opened the day before. The ground floor had a bar, lights, seating, music, and everything, but the stairs led up to bags of concrete, ...
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 ...
... our email. So we had to traipse the streets looking for somewhere. It turned out we were in luck, we stumbled across a lovely mansion that had been converted into a hostel, Grand Hostel Medellin. It was like a home from home, and the owner Lucy was just lovely. We lazed most of the afternoon away and then headed out to explore. This city is so clean and tidy, and so much green space, I really could imagine ...
... who knew what was round the corner! Obviously my favourite part of the fort tho haha.
Every wednesday the road we were staying on has a massive street party, we had heard this before we got to Cartagena. It was true and we happened to be there on a wednesday... it was boss basically all the bars / hostels playing music as loud as they could. It was also weird how obvious it was to us that the police seemed to be working with drug dealers. In taganga ...
Back on the bus and back to sleep it was. At some point in the morning (its hard to keep track of time on buses) we stopped for a break at a service station and took in Colombia's beautiful mountainous countryside. We spent the day on the bus reading, watching films and entertaining one of the cutest 4 year old girls either of us had ever seen - she sat in the seat in front and took a particular liking to Telmo.