Hotel Suite Comfort
- Continental Breakfast
- Refrigerator in room
- Non-smoking hotel
- Room service
- High-speed internet in room
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... construction tools. Eventually I peaced out and went to bed.
Sunday ended up being basically the same day. With Turner and Hoov' I headed downtown. On the way we made friends with a policeman in a park. He was looking to learn some English and asked us gringos to help him out a little. Being near the party zone, running into disruptive, non-spanish-speaking gringos was a guarantee. He asked us ...
... in this department to Donna. Tonight we're sleeping underneath a bush.
6 Sun Cream. The only single item that is costing more than water is sun cream. Based on recent calculations I've spent the gross domestic product of North Korea on sun cream. If you collected all of the sun cream I've used over the course of the year and died it pink you could remake ghost busters two.
5. Food. Sometimes we cook for ourselves on this trip and ...
... We stumbled across the Zona Rosa, the playground for tourists, expats and rich Colombians. There we had a couple of Micheladas (beer with salt and lime). Then wandered home. On the way back we got lost. But that's part of the fun. We had the idea to go out and party a bit, but we were just too tired from the bus. Bed was calling. The next day we headed into down town and checked out the city center. It was ...
... offered drugs every single day, the space cakes guy literally sold them infront of the police. Im sure they did crack down on it sometimes but there definitely seemed to be a laid back atmosphere. In this street party most people we spoke to had been searched, including us. Basically a good job we arent ***** about drugs, and we saw how it all went.... it would be easy to get in a lot of trouble.
Next we went to Medellin. We arrived from our night bus ...
... opened as we arrived into Cali, a city in the south that even today has a reputation for being unsafe. With that in mind we decided to crack on with the second leg of the journey, a 10 hour bus ride to Medellin. The bus terminal at Cali was actually very nice. Compared to the utter mayhem, overcrowding and hundreds of homeless people that you'd find in La Paz bus terminal, Cali was very fancy! We waited around until our bus left at ...