Hotel Morrison 84
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... Sunday 2/12/12. I was going to see some salt mines with Sebastian today. However, it seems that street food can still be quite dangerous to the Colombian stomach too, and he had to postpone our trip. I was quite OK with this, as the hot dog had not been too kind to me either, but nothing like last time! Instead, he invited me over to his parents apartment and we spent the morning putting up Christmas decorations. They have a lot of decorations, lights, toys and cushions - people and ...
... 8220;Pescado Guisado” which is a whole fish (head and tail included) stewed in a tomato and onion sauce. It looked like a live fish on the plate. Some couldn’t eat it, but I sprinkled it with Aji, which is a hot sauce similar to Tabasco sauce. I ate it, but I would rather have had Fried Fish. One man was jokingly taking a survey about who liked and didn’t like it. Well, I think this is one thing that will ...
... little too heavy from the mascara and the first lipstick was way too bright like an orange, but changed the lip color and everything looked ok after that. Not something that I would take the time to do everyday, but was very fun to have someone else do and learned some valuable tips along the way. We decided to get a taxi and head back to our hotels and relax. We had a good time just relaxing and listening to our Colombian music cd. We met the Hoefkers at 6:30 PM ...
... groß wie eine Untertasse und leuchtet strahlend blau auf den schwarzen Flügeln. Genial. Nun geht es ins Boot. Das Wasser an der Einstiegsstelle ist in etwa so rasant wie unsere bisher schnellsten Stromschnellen... Das verspricht doch einiges an Spannung. Wir machen ein paar Übungen bis die Kommandos sitzen und dann geht es richtig los. Wir sind das erste von 3 Booten, begleitet von einem Security Kajak und ersteres ist vielleicht auch ganz gut so, denn wir starten ...
... or so youths to escape. It feels like death! We manage to barge through the forces (with the help of my beanie hat over my eyes and escape the clouds of smoke). When we eventually seek refuge on a safer street an ambulance team are desperate and busy at work. People on stretchers and everyone looking very very worried.
Fleets of motorcycle police speed by us. Maybe 30 or more of them. The noise deafening, making you jump out of your skin in fear of ...
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- Wheelchair accessibility