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Travel Blogs from Medellin
... reading out loud at home. Isa jokes that I'm practicing my Spanish, but I think it was actually good practice.
Sermon is looong.
After Isa brings me over to meet someone, they go get someone else and then a man tells me that he is going to prophetize for..to? me. (I think, oh he's going to pray for me, well I can't say getaway from me, now can I?! No, so he starts praying and then he gets quiet for a second and then gets close to my ear and ...
... a sudden we took a sharp run to the right then to the the left. Feeling like I was facing directly down over the city and with turns so fast to shake up your brains, I shut my eyes tight and tried not to drop from the sky. We turned upright again and he made sure I was alright. With Jeremy landed and in sight on the ground, we began to float lower towards big electric lines, buses and the urban neighborhood close to the Madera metro station. The pilot told me to stick ...
... developed. The less said about the later the better, clearly 'underwater' was a bit of false advertisement. We also tried to go and watch a football match but had a not so pleasant experience at the ticket booth so decided not to risk being the only gringos in the village. Medellin was a fun city stop, imagine it'll be even more impressive once money from tourism starts to seep in. ...
... many injustices in the country, for example people being violently removed from their homes and their land stolen.
My evening had a very different vibe..... my first EVER football match, the local Medellin derby! I can hardly describe the crowd as we walked into the stadium, crazy really does not even cover it. The whole crowd roared their chants, bouncing up and down, drums banging, streamers flying, smoke everywhere, the passion was amazing. At ...
... travelers to visit some of the Escobar related sites. Our tour guide worked directly for Roberto Escobar - the older brother of Pablo and accountant for the Medellin Cartel during its peak. This provided a unique - and potentially biased - perspective on the life of Escobar, but a perspective that is not likely to be found in mainstream media.
The Life and Times of Pablo Escobar
The story of Pablo Escobar is a fascinating one which could not have ...
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