Hotel Portales Del Campestre
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... at Parque Arvi and decide to just have a quick look before heading back down. As we were making our way over the top of the park, it confirmed our lack of interest walking around the forest area as it looked mostly like tree and bushland and the signs at the park entrance confirmed not a whole lot of fauna besides birds. Leesh looks around and says 'looks a lot like Mount Tamborine' and as she glances around she sees a sign saying El Tambo on it haha. But it was very much like ...
Today, unsurprinsgly was pretty unconstructive. I checked out for 12, then went and got my ticket out of here on an overnighter departing at 9pm. The rest of the day was spent watching movies on the sofa. First up was Troy, then Prometheus and I even managed to catch a quarter of the Super Bowl which was okay. We ordered in dominos which ...
... so unbelievable he makes Scarface seem tame. He was so rich he offered to pay off the national debt of Colombia; succeeded in working his way into politics by becoming a congressman, with the aim of creating an independent republic where Cocaine was legal and he could not be extradited by the US, but was eventually expelled from parliament; Bombed a flight of 187 people with the aim of killing just one. That man didnīt get on the plane. Everyone else died; Paid the FARC to storm ...
... Due to the rain, we decided to head into the town first to take shelter and get some lunch. Lunch was good and we took a nice walk around the town afterwards while we took photos of the brightly colored and decorated buildings. We then took the bus to the piedra. I played a few songs on the way for a little extra cash and when Hacéne and I got off we met two girls who we had been seeing throughout the day; in town a few times and again on the bus ride. When I ...
Yesterday, the bus pulled into Medellín early. I was going to stay with a couchsurfing host named Estafanía so I followed her instructions to get to her place by taking the metro (Medellín has Colombia's only metro system) to a bus that took me to her neighborhood. Unfortunately, she moved into her new apartment yesterday so internet wasn't hooked up yet and it was difficult to get in contact. I waited for a few hours at a local chicken ...