Hotel Centro Internacional
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... which has pieces of gunpowder positioned in it. The aim of the game is to try and hit the gunpowder. The person who loses has to buy all the beers consumed throughout the game! Very fun but difficult, Shaun ended up winning, being the only one to hit the gunpowder :-) We also did a walking tour of Candelaria which was good but our guide was a bit crazy.
The Colombians we met at Gringo Miercoles invited us to go up Monserate, a mountain, at night. The place ...
... weather, Not so great. It was all over the place; gloomy, sunny, rainy, chilly, cloudy, hot. It's like the weather was confused. But the good thing was that is was never too hot. Juliana and Juan were awesome. They told us if we wanted to come back there home is open to us. We exchanged facebook info so we could keep in touch. The food in Bogota was really good and once we got our barring is was really easy to navigate.
Now we're off to Medillin.............
... a cortado.
At first I don't like mine but it grows on me. I am beginning to feel human and have thoughts that make sense. I am no longer grunting.
Nick is tasked with finding lunch and getting us there. He says he got a place. Sant Just. All right let's do it but not until we have MORE coffee. And find a farmacia and a bottle of water.
We leave and it's sprinkling. No biggie. We find an Oxxo immediately. Hop in, buy tissues and a ...
... Day 1 - Rupert and I set off from santa marta around 10am. After 2 hours, the last being pretty dodgy uphill in the 4x4 we reached base camp. Here we were given a subway style do it yourself lunch and then set off in a group of around 15 people as several tour groups were merged together. After about 45 minutes (by which point mum would have had enough what with all the heat and dust) we stopped to jump into a river to cool down. It was just as well as they was ...