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... didn't know flushing toilet paper was a luxury, as is drinking water straight from the tap. These inconveniences aside, I was pleased at how friendly and helpful these people were. Sometimes the information wasn't exactly accurate or something was lost in translation, but we were always steered in the right direction with a smile. I learned that these are resourceful folks who use what they have to make things work. I like that, and hope to be more mindful in the ...
... reflective time to have after our long day of travelling the previous day and the sun was also setting around us so it was very picturesque as well. That is one great thing about Media Luna hostel, they organise different activities everyday which is a great way to meet new people who are staying there also. After yoga we went for dinner and then met up with friends from the mud bath experience in a local salsa club and we danced the night away there. As it was a local salsa ...
I’m back at Hotel Egina with Melissa now and I don’t think her parents are too happy about it. I think this is the first time that her dad found out that she is staying with me, and he was less than impressed. This is just one of these cultural differences that I hadn’t thought about, but of course it’s more obvious now that I’m involved in it. ...
... from a lady named Gloria who said that either she or her sister could give me a place to stay while in Bogotá. This is awesome for more than just the obvious reason of saving money; I will also get to see the way real Colombians get to go about their daily life as opposed to the way travelers staying in hostels go about their daily life in Colombia. Also, since I am going to try to find a job in Colombia, she may even be able to help me land one or put me in the ...
... in Cartagena - known as the columbian jewel of the Caribbean. The city was hot and humid and reminded us of the Dubai heat. But the town was great, it had so much character in the old walled city - great little restaurants, shops and bars! We took a day trip to the Rosario Islands, which was a 2 hour speed boat ride. Whilst the Island wasn't the most luxurious, it was nice to get out of the city and swim and snorkel in the sea! We rented a room in a beautiful old villa owned by ...