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... I felt bad leaving Jan with the crazy girl but I guess sometimes you win and sometimes you lose with couchsurfing. When we saw Jan later that night, he said the rest of his time with the girl was terrible; it's strange to meet a couchsurfing host who is so cold and fierce and forceful. Most are very nice. I played guitar on the bus ride to Valeria's and made some quick money. When we arrived at Valeria's place, here mother, father, and one of her three ...
... busy, very hectic and also a bit unsafe to walk around...BUT, having said this, the best things about Cali are the people and the Salsa!
Cali is the home of Salsa. And the city is basically grounded in this. Everywhere you go, you can find a Salsa school. All the nightclubs (or Salsotecas!) and bars are catered for Salsa...and only Salsa. Even the hostel I stayed at, El Viajero, hosted free Salsa lessons every day! So, if you go there, ...
... with Santa Marta!
The next few weeks of my trip have also changed dramatically as more and more people have persuaded me to avoid Venezuela for now. So I will report back in my next blog from the north coast of Columbia before my final entry features San Andres island, Panama City and also Trinidad & Tobago prior to my return to the UK!
As always I hope everyone is well back home and I’m looking forward more and more to seeing family and friends when I’m ...
... to their victims and ensure they came back unscathed from the murder they were about to commit for $30)...
But it's Christmas time and for me the first away from home; it's ***********jure up that Christmassy feeling when your days are spent sitting by the pool, or walking around in the warm climes of a city 500km from the Equator; it's T-shirt weather all the time. People have Christmas decorations up, and ...
Despite brave plans to start studying at 4am (she is a PhD student),
Angélica overslept (my fault entirely, of course) and so stuck around to
make me a tasty and typically Colombian breakfast. I left the house
around 10am and walked in almost unbearable humidity into the centre of
town, which took about 2 hours. Although the city seems much greener
than Bogotá, which I really like, traffic and pollution seem similarly