Hotel Neuchatel Cali
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... fast as they can down the streets on the way back from a salsa night. We even got 4 girls in the back of one (me in the front hehe...)
Our hostel in Cali was clean and nice and offered free salsa lessons on the roof terrace each evening. Hannah enjoyed this on the first night then we headed as a group to a traditional salsa club a few blocks away. Great fun and some serious dancers there to show us up! The whole entrance fee is spendable at the bar with ...
I often find when travelling that I'm torn between what I think I should be doing, and what I actually want to do. I should go see the big tourist attraction everyone talks about.... But I want to spend the day aimlessly walking around buying fruit or some silly thing like that. Sometimes the shoulds win out, and sometimes the wants do. Over the last couple of days I've given up shoulds and surrendered to a series of split second decision wants.
... into action when we went to a local salsa bar afterwards. We didn't dance much but were amazed and mesmerised by the locals, who looked like professionals even though they were just having a fun night out - there were some beautiful women and hip swivelling men!
The next morning we caught a bus to Chinchina, after stocking up on some pan de bono and the most delicious moist banana bread! We were surprised to be put on a modern minibus with wifi - very ...
... a couple of weeks so
poor old Jezza boy could recover and we managed to find a place to volunteer on
the shores of Lake Guatape. He lived to tell the tale but our downwards luck
didn’t end there.
We left Guatape after having a really lovely time once the
scabies subsided and flew up to Cartegana on the Caribbean coast. I had been so
excited to experience the tropical waters of the Caribbean cam with a price…
over 40 degree ...
... people in the tour group. We also combined with 2 nice German girls and formed a cycling team for the afternoon and went on a nice slow ride to one of the lakes. It turns out they are quite strict in the Parque Arvi - “helmets are mandatory”, “Please clip your helmet on” etc… And very quickly we broke all of the rules and we worst enemies of the cycling police (normally Mum and Nicolas role)! We thought it was all quite funny and we continued on to ...