Hotel Poblado Campestre
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... spirit breaking poverty and gave them guns.
They gave him loyalty.
Their motto was plumo o plata, bullets or money. You take the bribe or you get the bullet. No negotiation and no questions asked because anyone who would have was dead by now.
Escobar murdered hundreds of policemen, bombed police headquarters, even bombed the Colombian Department of Justice where evidence against him was held. Bombed and burned up the entire ...
... blind corners at 1mph more thab the bus he is trying to overtake all whilst highway to hell by AC/DC was playing, a but ironic id say. The sun was out just now so Rafa thought it would be best to go to the swimming point first while it was good weather. Down another dodgey track to a rikety old bridge, no way are we going over that in this thing. The whole group was realived when Rafa parked up. This bridge got even worse the more you walked over it but ...
... was a problem with our card. Thankfully the other banks seem to have no problem with them. It was our intention to head out for a few drinks again tonight however our very early morning spoiled that one for us and we crashed pretty early. It was a lazy morning with French toast, bacon and banana for breakfast, eggs and bread supplied by the hostel (breakfast included but cook it yourself, a nice change). We spent the better part of the morning chatting to a Canadian guy we ...
... felt since I left Europe. I left the hotel and went out to explore a different part of the city. I’d read that the Poblado part of the city is where most of the travelers go, so I checked that out. I saw a pretty basic looking church, a couple of nice parks, and lots of restaurants that were clearly geared toward foreigners. There was even a Hooters there. This is the first Hooters I’ve seen outside of the US. ...
... to be extremely dangerous - full of gangs, drugs and prostitution - which the government has cleaned up by using architecture. The area is now full of poles, which apparently are lit up at night, and the area has the public library and ministry if education off it - the second factor (education) in helping clean up the city. From here we walked through several streets full of shops and stalls - one street still with traffic lights where street vendors moved in and occupied it before ...