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- Wheelchair accessibility
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... of relief. Obviously we were starving so we headed next door to Lenteja Express, which conveniently happened to be a vegetarian restaurant. I had the most delicious garbanzo veggie patty prepared "Mexican style" with refried beans, salsa, sour cream, and guac. It sure hit the spot of so many hours of starving. It was already early evening by this point, so we asked the guy what would be good to do that evening. He recommended the Museum of Modern Art and ...
... home without incident.
The start of World Cup on. Brasil vs Croatia. Last year we were in Argentina for the World Cup. I like that. Go to South America at least every 4 years.
Observations: People stare A LOT and continuously and I when I look back they don't stop.
People here are thin, some barely chubby and VERY rarely actually fat.
Suits fit way better here than in Argentina, and clothes seem tailored.
... into the sky. We could see it for about half an hour and we all cheered as it floated off. A kind of surreal moment with a bunch of people from all over the world on a random beach which is more or less in the middle of nowhere. It was an early start and the lady of the house was up to cook us eggs for before we set off. We piled into the boat and started heading offshore. We came across one small boil up of bait fish and birds but it disappeared as quickly as it appeared ...
... being in Medellin was hot water for first time in over five weeks, found washing my hair with it in the morning a huge luxury. Headed out for more touristy stuff, got the metro and cable car up to the top of the city for good views of Medellin. Wandered round the nature reserve before returning to hostel. More goodbyes as Fanny and Amber left for airport and flight to Cartagena. In the afternoon Hayley, Aaron and I went on the free walking tour with Pablo, who ...
... one was a stringent police road block where they got on the bus asked everyone for ID, some people had to get out off the bus as they went through bags, just as we thought we were good to go they called out for the 'two people who owned the grey and green wheelie bags' uh oh...that was us. So out we got, with everyone peering out the window at us as we were the only tourists on board, and watched as the police went through EVERYTHING in our bags, including a ...