Hotel American Golf
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... silent blocks replacement, fan belt ajustment and they charge me for 2,5 hours. Very reasonable. I think the fact that Russ has mentioned Iguana 4x4 to me in Oruro was one of the best things that could happen to an overlander. On top of that Carlos offers to spend a few days at his coffee plantation near Santa Marta on a hillside with stunning views. So that is what I am going to do tomorrow after extending the cars entry permit. If I can do it here it saves me a trip back to ...
... Boobs and Booze" back in 2009 is still the most accurate way to describe it.
For this Carnaval, no less than four guests from back in Pennsylvania came down to visit. 2010 and 2011 have been banner years for visitors and for Mike, Kurt, Doug and Gail, I think Colombia did not disappoint. I could write on and ...
... We weren’t allowed to take any photos, or it would be one of your favorites lol. Then we had lunch with the Rotarians, stopped by to register for the conference, and the afternoon relaxing at the home (more like finally getting caught up with my blog and photos). So tonight is the start of the conference. I’ll start a new post for that one :)
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... and take some pictures, the atmosphere was amazing. The family served us really nice chicken and some drinks. Their hospitality saw no limits when they drove us all across town to the bus terminal as the taxis refused to take us there. On the way we could see that the festival continued in every corner, every house and terrace had music, people were dancing, drinking and just had a great time. Then we had to wait for the bus for an hour and as we clearly remembered the arctic ...
Yesterday was the holiday, "Dia de la Imaculada", and in Barranquilla that means two things: all night dancing and partying, and little multi-colored candle-lit lanterns on the sidewalks at 4am. I was invited to eat lunch at Lili's apartment, her mom invited me, to cook Arroz con Coco. Ohhh. I already wrote about this. Well, what Lili told me later, is that her mom has never invited any one of her boyfriends over for lunch before. Meaning she had never cooked for ...