Hotel San Fernando Plaza Medellin
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- Continental Breakfast
- Minbar in room
- Airport Transportation
- Refrigerator in room
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Travel Blogs from Medellin
... was unsure whether he would get him back but decided against it and let Jose have his moment. We left the hostel party after an hour or so and went to a few clubs. In one of the clubs we went to Conor got chatting to a group of American guys and declared that he was the kicker for the South Carolina Gamecocks. Not a single one of them bought it and told him to get lost. It was a great night. ...
... It is illegal for two men to ride on a motorbike or scooter together as the one on the back used to yield a gun and sit on the back shooting. Now, we have seem some sights on scooters and motorbikes; someone sitting on the back reading a paper; two parents and up to three kids on one bike; carrying a mattress; and even a lady breastfeeding, all while the bike is driving down the road, so while understandable, it is somewhat funny that two men on a bike is the only illegal activity. ...
... Escobar era seemed to be erased and they have certainly reinvented the city into a beautiful metropolitan area with plenty of things to do and see. You could easily spend much longer than we have to really explore its beauty, but it's time for the Noble juggernaut to continue and change the hot climate attire for the brisk temperatures of the nations capital. But first, we had the long bus ride to make it through. The trip was a scenic as expected as the bus ...
... US$300pp). It involves a proper detox cleanse for the weeks before including drinking enougyh salty water that your poo ends up as a clear liquid. It is supposed to give you hallucinations, and ultimately leave you more at peace with yourself having faced your demons. Apparantly it contains a drug (I think it's called DNT) that naturally occurs in the brain. This drug is massively dumped into your body when you die, hence what people talk about having ...
... down, what with it being tucked away in the mountains and there being no roads back then. Turned out that the region had a massive amount of natural resources and as the years went by Paisa´s, as people from the region are known, got a reputation for being snobs, looking down on the rest of the country´s peasant farmers. They also got a reputation for being good at business, (being dishonest). So, to this day, Paisa´s fail to engender trust from their surrounding ...