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... we had a late start. We took a long walk to a park, but the park was shut. So we went to a nearby sports area to play with Manolo. Later we went to a mall for dinner, which was nice, and on to another mall to go to the cinema. Unfortunately the film we wanted to watch was only available dubbed in Spanish, so instead we watched TomorrowLand. It was okay, but annoying with it's Disney message at the end that all the world needs is more positivity and positive ...
... by the friendly local tourist office. Once more we were accompanied by an army man so we were always very safe.
The people - This was probably my favourite thing about Colombia. I would say that 99% of Colombians are friendly and kind people. I certainly enjoyed meeting many locals when I took part in a language exchange program in which I spent time teaching some locals English and some locals tried to help me learn some Spanish. This was a lot of fun and ...
... 55357; Our biggest adventure was the trip to Tayrona National Park, a 3 hour walk through the forest/jungle to reach the furthest campsite where we could stay in hammocks right on the beachfront. The walk was fun, but seriously humid and hot! We arrived at the furthest campsite just in time to enjoy the mid-afternoon sun and some celebratory beers. It was all going very well until 18:00 when it started to rain. Torrential rain. Until 05:00 in ...
Yesterday, Wafaa and I woke up early and did the final day of our tour. we didn't go to Caño Crystales but we went to some other swimming hole near La Macarena instead. The coolest part about it was the ride there. Our guide, Andres, and his friend took us on motorcycles for a 30 minutes ride on some cool roads with great scenery of the sierra. I rode on Andres' bike and he taught me Spanish and told me about the land as we drove. I didn't feel ...
... that I bought myself a Colombian world cup jersey for around $8. It was a fierce battle of haggling. He asked for 20,000 pesos (like 11 dollars) and I said "How about 15,000" and he said "Ok." True story.
With my new purchase I wandered around some more, then came back to the hostel and took a nap for an hour or so. I left to go wander some more and see if anything was open now that the president stuff was basically ...