Hotel Primavera Plaza
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Free parking
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... 40 hours on the bus ahead of me. Buses in Colombia are fantastic and have Wifi and a lot of comfort. But between Cali and Popayan in the South of Colombia, the bus stopped suddenly at night in the middle of the jungle because there was a large traffic jam in front of us. It turned out that the FARC rebels bombed the road ahead of us and there was no way to pass. In front of us was an army truck and some Colombians got nervous that if the rebels would attack it, our bus would get ...
... toured 2 of the small colonial towns, which were very nice. After Piñon we headed over to La Piedra del Piñol, which is a gigantic rock that overlooks the beautiful scenery and lake near Guatapé. The rock has 740 stairs to get to the top and the views from up there were so beautiful. We rested awhile at the top before coming back down and heading on to lunch. Lunch was also included and like most of the traditional meals had courses ...
We had a 10am flight from BOG to MDE via LAN. No printer but I had loaded up our smartphone tickets. It said we should be there at 8am. I'm like no way.
So we leave hotel at 8:15am and get there at 8:47am. It's super easy. No one was in the security line. Then we grab a donut at Dunkin Donuts. Found our gate 20 at the end and lower level. We didn't board until 9:40am.
Uneventful flight except I'm sad that ...
... Lisa and I and the little legends Alejandro and Arkarno marooned on what felt like a deserted island at times. We set up our hammocks hanging from rafters in the house and came down to the beach after the dinner of fresh fish and rice to have a few drinks. It was surreal, 5 of us on a beach miles from anywhere, no road in or out, no boat apart from the family's canoe carved out of a tree trunk. Just us sitting in the sand sipping rum, chatting, watching the stars come ...
... And I don’t think we will regret the fact that we decided to spend only one night in Medellin, just to break up the trip before taking our first flight since months.
We are already on the plane, and considering the fact that we paid this flight such a small amount of pesos, it seems strange to us that it turned out to be quite comfortable and above all on time. The sun is setting over the sea as we descend to our destination: Santa Marta; the Caribbean, at last.