Hotel Portales Del Campestre
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... with Claudio as he had gone on a scouting trip to San Gil for us.
For coffee, we decided to head across the street to McDonald's. We made a hasty exit from Delicia's as we heard threatening thunder. We talked for another hour over coffee. We all headed back to our hotel as we had a suitcase to give to Claudio full of used clothing and other items for the brethren in Santa Rosa del Sur. We said our good byes and our wishes for a pleasant ...
... good time to wind down, play some music in between the guys jumping on board trying to sell drinks and food, and watch the scenery. A big Texan man from across the row to me sparks conversation. He's met a local Colombian and are getting married after a few months of knowing each other next week. It was the stereotypical 'mail order type' relationship with a massive age and economic gap, he spoke very little spanish and her no english. He said they communicate via broken ...
... them, toaster oven, the kitchen cabinets are stocked with glasses and china that match instead of a bunch of mismatched, misshapen, dirty beyond repair, and chipped items... The list goes on and on but this is all I could think of. While it all felt a little weird, especially speaking in English (really feels like I'm in the states), I was more than happy to be in this situation instead of living in the wooden shack I stayed at in San Cipriano a couple weeks ago. After chatting for ...
... go to the good neighborhoods at the right times so my money intake has been fluctuating. Right now I'm averaging around 50,000 pesos for 3-4 hours. I expect that number to jump up as I learn the city and more traditional Colombian songs. 7) Speaking of traditional songs, I finished my first song in Spanish and am almost done with my second and third. Then I need to learn two more Colombian tunes and then I'll take ...
... bombed by the Cali cartel, as well as the house where he was finally tracked down and killed after he escaped from the 'prison' he built for himself. Finally, we went to the cemetery and visited his grave. When Escobar was a teenager one of the first criminal activities he became involved in was stealing the marble headstones from graves. Funnily enough the original headstone of Escobar was stolen, and the replacement reads only his name and dates. After the tour we took ...