Hotel Poblado Campestre
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... Had to climb up stairs to get to take off point, that was hard work enough for me! I was off first! Was a but scary but cool. Guy asked me if I wanted to do tricks - so gutted I didn't film it on my camera! We span round and round, going upside down for what seemed like ages! I felt ok on that bit it was when started pulling side to side to started to feel sick. I tried to relax but it wouldn't go away. Felt ...
... dangerous city in the world back then with almost 7000 violent murders in 1991. Its had a complete turnout and last year named the most innovative city in the world. The resilience of these people is amazing.
I may as well take a bit to talk about Colombia. I have been here almost 4 months now so I have a reasonable idea about the country. The people are super friendly. Asking for directions usualy ends in them personally taking you to the place. Colombians ...
... previous sentence made me realize that this was a terrible idea and I will now delete Candy Crush... The deed is done. 4) I made a guitar strap from scratch (just duct tape and nylon rope). It already broke but I fixed it. 5) Today, I lost my case for my guitar because I left it on a bus. It is more of a carrying case than a protective case since it is a soft fabric case. Yesterday, I bought a little travel bag to hold ...
... He had come travelling on his own and was only 20, bless him! Medellin is known for its night life so I tried going out twice on Friday night with 2 different groups of people. It was not my kind of thing though...reminded me of what it would be like in Malia! I really wanted to go to a place called Guatape the next day, which was 2 hours from Medellin. I enlisted 3 other English who also fancied the trip - ...
... Nueve + uno which played house music! As you can imagine we lost a few nights in there so by the time the end of the week came I was pretty much done in and spent a couple of nights just chilling with a French dude in a little private hideaway drinking, talking, watching movies and yea just having a good giggle together really.
After 8 days together everybody was leaving in different directions and my time had come to get on the night bus to Cartagena.