Hotel 3 Banderas
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... drink in Colombia...
1. Arepas - corn bread, usually for breakfast. a great staple, especially for a Coeliac.
2. Quinoa - what can't it do?
3. Cerviches - Camilla despaired when I told her I missed out on this in Cartagena, but fortunately I found this tasty, light-on-the-stomach, seafood concoction in Bogota. Tasty.
4. Colombian Rum varieties. They are not Bundy. 'nuff said.
5. Fruit. Por favor!, especially if you have ...
... covered in there neat vine flowers making them really pretty. We walked down to inquire about a boat cruise out to Playa Blanca but decided we didn't want to pay that much for something we weren't totally excited about so we gave it a miss. On the way back we bumped into our friends Adam and Hannah so that was nice and we meet them up again at a little ice cream shop at 1 o'clock. We spent the afternoon walking around with ...
... I needed it. It turned out to be non absorbant, non drying and bulky...all the things it's supposed to be exactly the opposite of. Anyway I finally managed to replace it for a better candidate another whole month later in Cartegena only to leave both of them in the hostel in my haste to catch a bus. I give up. Bath and beach towel it ...
... i rejoined the guys for a few drinks before "the biggest party of the week" that our hostel was hosting. It turned out to be a little bit more hype than anything, with lots of queuing to get onto the roof bar but it was still a decent night, bumping into the two girls from the bus out of Bogota and the Irish again along with the hostel crew. It ended with another after party on the street, me being asked to do Peter Kay impressions (seriously.. Yorkshire, Lancashire, there's ...
... was still a lot of celebrating and tooting of horns throughout the city.
In the evening, we looked for a nice restaurant for the Sabbath. We found one that was an Argentinean Steak House, and another restaurant inside the city which also looked nice for a back up. We asked the taxi driver to take us to Gaucha the Argentinean Restaurant, but when we got there, it was closed.
We then asked the taxi driver to take us to ...