Hotel San Fernando Plaza Medellin
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- Continental Breakfast
- Minbar in room
- Airport Transportation
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... at the restaurant for a few minutes after finally getting a move on. But by this stage, we are both fuming. Without being able to do anything about it, we grab a double seat each and sit back hoping for a breeze. But this driver is by far the worst we have ever had. He had talent in that he could get that bus up to such speed and not spin out around corners, but we were both praying for our safety getting to Bogota. He had definitely seen too many fast and ...
... met Salento joined us for a bite to eat in an Irish bar (terrible). I ordered a pint of the local stout and was pleasantly surprised when a litre sized glass arrived.
We had signed up the free walking tour the previous day and joined Dan and a group of around 15 for the 4 hour tour at 9:30. Our enthusiastic guide, Juliana, had moved between the US and Medellin while growing up. She was very personable and got to know ...
... Escobar tour for Wednesday, the one where we get to meet his brother. So we get up early and have breakfast. Vicki, Alex, Maddy and I are about to leave when Blake decides to come with us to Guatape and La Piedra. La Piedra is a giant rock with 740 steps up in total with views over the surrounding lakes. We caught a train then a bus out there, soon joined by a German couple staying at our hostel and we walk up to the rock and then climb the stairs. All 740 ...
... guys were buzzing around, was quite cool! It was on the way down the valley when it lived up to its billing as a mad and spectacular place though as among rolling hills reminiscent of the Yorkshire Dales there are huge wax palm trees, some 50m high lining the landscape. A crazy sight and an excellent walk. I rode back to Salento standing on the back bumper of the jeep which was a perfect end to the day, the views were amazing.
That evening we popped out ...
8. Drinking tap water. I must have spent over a grand on bottled water in the last year and waking up in the middle of the night with a horrid thirst and an empty bottle next to the bed is depressing. Face the tap water and a week of liquid poos or battle the thirst?
7. Not having to look up accommodation. I used to enjoy looking at options for our next location but I can't be bothered any more, in fact I've devolved ...