InterContinental Cali - Un Hotel Estelar
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... that were transported with us on the tour shuttle bus. The ride was stunning and pretty much all downhill, but with some cheeky inclines to break it up!! We actually bumped into a couple we met on a coffee farm in Salento, they pulled up in their car next to us. We had a chat and have planned to meet up with them when we are in Medellin. It's a small world! Nearing the end of the ride we stopped off for a traditional snack, hot chocolate served with a big chunk of ...
... Sharpe and the Magnetic Zeros, and "Rudolph the Red-Noses Reindeer," of which I recorded a video and posted it to Facebook. I figured "Rudolph" would be a good money-making gimmick but also thought it was a good first Christmas song to learn because it's globally-known. Afterwards, I went to work on the busses with Karen. There weren't enough busses running for the amount of people traveling (being Christmas and whatnot) so it was nearly impossible to board a bus and I made ...
I'm not the biggest fan of going back to a place a second time, in my opinion there are just too many more places in the world to see. However now and again there are places that just draw you back, Rio de Janeiro is definitely one of those and knowing that I would return to Brazil, I was definitely hitting up Rio again. It has everything, sun, surf, sea, beach, parties, samba and clubs. First night in Rio and there was only one thing on the cards, straight down to ...
... a spot in my super top favouritist super duper religious things as I sat at the top eating an egg.
After that breakfast, it was back into the highlands – freeeeeezing after the Miami oven, and over the border to Ecuador, listening to SASH! and by doing so, crossing off another thing on my bucket list :P
So that was my 72 hours in Colombia – maybe my debauched tales from three years ago might make a better read, but this time you have an ...
... though it was listed on their signs. We eventually found one and got on the bus ok this morning.
When we arrived in Popayan earlier today we went out and had some lunch then walked through town. In the central square a guy came up to us and asked where we were from. Normally this would mean he was trying to scam something out of us, but we got chatting to him and he was really nice. Turns out he was ...