Hotel San Fernando Plaza Medellin
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- Continental Breakfast
- Minbar in room
- Airport Transportation
- Free High-Speed Internet
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Travel Blogs from Medellin
... head in a dinosaurs mouth so it looks like you are being eaten and trying to weigh down a 1200 pound weight. Once I was done at Parque Explorica I went to the cinema that was right near there but there was nothing of interest playing or in English. Therefore, I took the metro back, stopping off at a huge supermarket on my walk back to the hotel to grab food for lunches over the next few days. I arrived back at the hotel just as the Columbia versus Peru soccer came ...
... and a Brazilian who talked more about Colombian people and culture than places they'd been and we went to ride the Cable Car over the barrios (neighbourhoods) and up into the National Park. Once we came down we had lunch at a little cafe and as the only customers, talked to the owner and found out more about the city, it was a really nice day and I felt like I'd got the hang of the public transport and everything would be ...
... Leesh jumps on board to secure prime seats while I look after the bags and after loading them into the under carriage, I get up on board to see Leesh parked in the front seats which have plenty of leg room. Good work wifey!! The air con on the bus had obviously only just been turned on with the air being so thick and warm but it slowly cooled down as we made our way out of the bustling areas of Medellin. Medellin certainly exceeded our expectations. The dark times ...
... They just are. Like most of SA then.
Back at the hostel I just decided to Get On It around half three. There is a blender here which means I can finally make the pisco sours with the kit I had for secrtet santa. Not quite what you get in a pub, but still fairly decent. After this I got on with some of Gav's Super Juice (patent pending). With a load of ice, a blender and inspired by the Thailand Full Moon Bro Buckets, I threw in some coke, ...
... 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 ...