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... don't know how many people read this, if any. But if so and you've visited before I hope this has helped kick in some pleasant nostalgia. If you haven't, I hope this helps serve as a guide of what to do, and not to do, in this part of the world. The landscape, culture and people here are incredibly compelling, I am as surprised as I am sombre over how quick these last 5 or so months have gone, but more adventures await in central and north America.
We woke up without much plan or direction apart from watching the Colombian game. It was a good job as it was an event in itself. Our whole Calle Media Luna (where our hostel was located) was like a fairground, a sea of yellow shirts. The clubs were turned into spaces to watch the match, and we went into one to watch, it was so loud, we felt like our ears would burst. There was great atmosphere, but it was just too loud. We left the air con club at half time, and went ...
... foreigners rivaled soccer as a national pastime).
That has changed recently and although there are still pockets of bad guys doing bad things, much of the country is open for exploration. The newest challenge for Columbia is to develop their tourism infrastructure but outside of Cartegna (which has been a popular cruise ship stop for a while now), they've still got a bit of work to do. Unlike the folks in New Zealand who are able to make a tree a ...
... No man can step into the same river twice, for it's not the same river and he's not the same man. Believing this to make perfect sense, the previous - and often foolish - posts in this blog are all defunct, just like the person who recorded them, and I'll no doubt have a similar opinion of this post and its author sooner rather than later. (Keep in mind that the word "person" is derived from the Greek prosopon and the Latin persona, both words meaning ...
... br> Dave
Volunteers come and go. People take a day off. The number of us working on any given day varies. At full staff, the day is light and there is plenty of time to linger with your sloths. When only 4 or 5 are on duty, the chores are tiring. Prepping the veggies will leave you with sore hands. And there is only time to pop in and ...