Toscana Plaza Hotel
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... There were ten hospital workers on the staff and they essentially told me, "the ONLY thing we'll do for you right now is give you something for the pain." "Something for the pain" turned out to be two shots of morphine in the ass. To be honest, the pain stayed the same but I sure felt a whole lot better about it. After an hour or so, Jack loaded me into another taxi and we headed to the hostel. I rolled up a joint for him as a "thank you" for all his help and then he ...
Well, crazy week. Found out some disturbing information that kind of turned me into a vegetable and I didn't want to do anything for ten days aside from eat as work occasionally. In the past few days, the hostel has changed dramatically. There are a bunch of English speaking (Americans, Brits, Lithuanians) dudes at the hostel so I've been able to communicate more. None of them have Spanish down so I've also been doing a lot of translating which is good for my ...
... a country club. We were then invited to have a Cuba Libre with the street seller, making us feel like queens by pulling out his plastic chairs and demanding we be serenaded by a crackhead guitar player. We then got to know the street drinking community, including the extremely dramatic Hernan and his lovely little friend Carlos. The local pimp Rafael and his prostitutes were also very friendly. It was a lovely night of drinking, dancing salsa and eating ...
... arrived in the bus station.
I made it to Cali at 7am and went straight to my hostel to check in. It’s really nice here and very relaxed – swimming pool, sauna, huge kitchen and good rooms so I was very happy and they even gave me a free breakfast when I arrived. As most things are shut on Sunday my first day was very relaxing and I mostly swam in the pool, watched football and drank a couple of beers! The combination of an 11am beer and hot sun meant that ...
... are clearly ducks!! Think I may need to take him to feed the ducks next spring so he can learn the difference.
Cali is the salsa capital of South America, so when in Cali! We got ourselves a few private lessons at the hostel which were pretty amusing, especially when hungover and with a stroppy boy who is frustrated that he cant get the moves, we pretty much just giggled our way through the whole lesson, did not ...