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... and local handicrafts. So naturally we bought a bag of strawberries for about $1.50, and they were yummy!! We walked around the park for a while, tried some local mushrooms and a local dessert called Arequipa which is like a sweet caramel type thing and then headed down the mountain again. By this time it was dinner time and we were exhausted and starving. 15th- we had been told about a park called the barefoot park that had textures to walk around in your ...
We made plans yesterday to visit Gloria and Leticia. They arrived at our hotel at 10:30 AM. They are interested in baptism. We asked them if they had any questions. Each of them had about three or four questions, and we spent the next two hours answering their questions.
Leticia had a question about what was meant by "laciva" but I did not know this word. She even gave me a story about the Golden Calf where it was used, but we couldn't ...
... No actual horses, but it looks like they sell accessories for horse riding??), turn left at the corner where a guy charged me double for an aguacate (avocado), derecho (straight) till I get to a wooden bridge, turn right and go over the bridge, cross the street and turn left, straight on till I get to a place where I can see an alley on the right, turn right toward alley, turn left on to alley (not really an alley so much as ...
... be to increase the speed or duplicate it.
At the top of the regular Metro Cable line we transferred to the more tourist-oriented, but still officially Metro Cable line up and over the top of the hill to Parque Arvi. This line required a separate fare, which for non-locals cost more than a ticket for the entire Medellin Metro network. This system was more modern and travelled faster, with fewer gondolas and had no stops between the mountain terminal and the ...
... streets, power drains etc. Clearly providing cheap good quality transport, allowing the people to get to jobs, has had an incredibly beneficial impact.
After the first stage of the cable car, it becomes more of a tourist route to the National Park; heading over the mountain top and into the tree line. Subsequently it gets lots more expensive, clearly subsidising the local services.
The park is nice enough, and I'm sure the locals enjoy it, but after ...
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