Hotel Poblado Campestre
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... good and for 5000 peso each, I bought two new pairs. We justify our sunnies and shoes/thong purchases as we need them everyday so you need multiple pairs. Makes sense to us anyway. We stop in at the Exito and a mother with her two daughters approach Leesh and start speaking to her. Obviously we have no idea what they say and she politely says 'No espanol' to them. They looked disappointed but nod and smile before watching us walk away down the aisle, ...
... we gave up and booked into a proper hotel. So much for saving a few bucks.
As best we could determine with our limited Spanish, the place had been sold and the new home owner didn't want to have anything to do with a couple of gringos from ...
... of Justice in Bogota, kill 12 high court judges and burn the Country´s national records, LIVE ON TV. You could not make this **** up. My favourite Escobar fact though, is that on his Michael Jackson style ranch outside Medellin there now exists a large colony of hippos. They are not native to Colombia. He imported them from Africa and it turns out Colombia has the perfect climate for them. So, even without being looked after, the hippos bred and now the Government have ...
... of their city. We arrived midday at the airport and after a little confusion found the right bus to take us in to town - the airport is about an hour away. Medellin was already living up to it's reputation of being a friendly city: two different people on that bus offered us help and it seems that maybe language wouldn't be such a barrier. Language was still a barrier! The bus took us about 40 minutes into the city and then we had to transfer to the metro, Medellin's ...
... half the hostel then headed out to one of the busiest squares for bars and had a few beers on the street before someone led us to a club. Didn't look great on first impression but once we were all in all made sense- the cover charge included free drinks and beers were COP3k, so about a quid. Nice. The decor was a scuzzy mixture of Latino and contemporary chic club and the music was a bassy, beat driven salsa. A 9 piece band then started playing and totally ...