Hotel Estelar De La Feria
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... we had been recommended to go to for authentic Colombian food opened. We dined at Fulanito´s, and were, of course, the first people there, which meant we had seats on the fabulous upstairs terrace with a view of the Old Town. Jon and I picked some traditional dishes and enjoyed them very much. It was then, staring down at the giant slice of avocado to avoid eye contact with the beautiful green-eyed waiter, that I knew I would enjoy Colombia. ...
... houses 34,000 gold pieces from all the major pre-Hispanic cultures - we took a guided tour of its main highlights and couldn't help noticing the extremely thick vault doors. We had another dose of 'fatty art' at the 'Museo Botero' and were not disappointed. Before leaving Bogota, we popped in to the 'Museo Historico Policia' to see Pablo Escobar's gold-adorned Harley, the jacket he was wearing when he was shot, a ...
... the city, stopping at the favelas. We had a great local lunch at the top of the favelas and we also visited the Botanical Gardens. We stayed in Poblado district at The Charlee - the party hotel of the city! Sadly we were there during the week so we missed out on the weekend party scene - but we still had an amazing time.
After Medellin we spent 5 nights in Bogota - this was one of our favourite places in Columbia. Bogota has a population of around 8 million people and ...
... town again, lunch of more of the same quite good arepas, chicken pockets, fresh fruit, salad and juice. We headed out the road toward where I had been that morning, out past the soccer field and toward the mountains. The road got smaller, we saw a tiny sign that said "chocolate",
very bad marketing for what were about to discover.
We peeked inside, a lovely hyperactive Colombian hippie organic woman farmer who reminded me of my Mom beckoned us inside her little compound, ...
... there. There are many restaurants. You can jump on one of the pimped Willy's jeeps who bring you a bit heigher up in the mountains where you can do beautiful hikes.
After 2 nights there I travelled to Medellin. Everyone I spoke to was saying that Medellin is such a nice city. At first I was a bit disappointed because I had expected Medellin to be a colonial city as well, which it is not, it's quite a big and modern city in fact. I stayed a few days, first in El Poblado ...