Toscana Plaza Hotel
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Leaving Pisac was hard and easy at the same time. I had known it was time to leave for a while. There was something calling me onto the road again. Not just a warm beach (The high Andes and upper part of the Sacred Valley is cold to my African blood), but the road onwards, and also the road back to the lake. Lake Atitlan in Guatemala, and San Marcos, the place I had left to see if it was in fact home or just an elaborate trap, a little haven from the real world, or an ...
Yesterday was a day of recovery. Everyone slept late and veged out. The only thing I did was go out to grab some food and other essentials. I ended up walking through one of the most dangerous places I've ever been in my life but I was wearing a Colombian jersey and sunglasses (hides the blue eyes) so I didn't have to talk to anyone. The rest of the day I did pretty much nothing other than relax and play a bit of music. Karen and I went ...
Every night Karry and I went out dancing in different salsa clubs. We had a lesson which was great fun, and our teacher recommended clubs where we were the only tourists! We had such a great time every night! I love trying to dance salsa! In one of the clubs some professional dancers put on a demonstration which was AMAZING to watch! It was as if they were put on fast forward, as their legs were moving soooo ...
... busy, very hectic and also a bit unsafe to walk around...BUT, having said this, the best things about Cali are the people and the Salsa! Cali is the home of Salsa. And the city is basically grounded in this. Everywhere you go, you can find a Salsa school. All the nightclubs (or Salsotecas!) and bars are catered for Salsa...and only Salsa. Even the hostel I stayed at, El Viajero, hosted free Salsa lessons every day! So, if you go there, you ...
We all felt hugely refreshed and active again after a good 10 hour sleep. The marathon of a bus journey already seemed a long time ago and we were hugely relieved to finally be in Colombia. We knew Cali wasnt going to be an action packed few days as there isnt much to the city apart from a very small historic district and residential areas.
We loitered around the hostel in the morning whilst Esme tried to book her flights down to Brazil before going out to get ...