Hotel San Fernando Plaza Medellin
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... straight and bam, **********in Exito.
Anyway, I get to work and see the person I interviewed with. He is very welcoming and kind. He introduces me to lots of staff. I'm happy to find out that a noteworthy amount of medical terminology is similar in Spanish. Never thought I'd be grateful for Latin. Ever.
I sit and observe for most of the day, but he did let me help with some manual therapy which I never ...
... another night. We took a stroll back to the hostel and John wanted to check out the bar area and play some pool. The guys who were playing cards were there, so John played them at pool, and I caught up on my blog. It's hard to stay on top of these things! I haven't been in places with any wifi in our room, so haven't really been able to update much of it lately. When I'm in the social areas, I feel a bit rude updating my blog, but there were loads of other people online there too, ...
... hostel. Once again it was pouring rain all night but no one seemed to be bothered by it.
The following day, our aquarium ambitions were successful. We entered Parque Explora expecting an aquarium, but we got so much more. Completely interactive physics experiments, moving breathing snarling lifesize dinosaurs, and a Darwin center full of snakes, turtles, and poisonous frogs. The aquarium was spectacular, with a surprisingly good freshwater section. Who knew 'agua ...
... of Solei. This beach is very famous because funky and crazy people go there and also famous, funny and weird characters from Hollywood, for example: the naked guitarist, the full time skater with a funky style, among others.
After we had lunch in a very popular latin restaurant called šPollo Locoš, the food was delicious, it taste similar than Colombian food.
In the afternoon we walked along the main street of Venice beach. There were many stores ...
The one hour flight into Cartagena, Colombia was smooth, and within 30 minutes of arriving we were on the way to our hotel which we had booked ahead. The hotel was located in the old town and it was the most expensive we had paid on our trip to date, but definitely not the nicest. We went to sleep looking forward to a day exploring the most beautiful city in South America, conveniently on our 6 month wedding anniversary! The next day, after a bit of a ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool