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I got up nice and early to join a city tour at 9. Wasn't feeling the early start buy hay ho. It's one of the best tours I've been on. Either this one or the one in Valparisso, Chile. Whilst the stuff we visited wasn't that interesting or pretty per se the wealth of information about both the town and country was enlightening. It's called Real City Tours and thus don't shy away from Colombia's sordid past.
Medellin's wealth comes with the coca leaves and coffee. The ...
... which were then used by the drug cartels. Medellin was a dark place up until the mid 90's where a life consisting of illegal activities was a lot more prosperous than formal education. We were taken to the down town area containing multiple markets containing fake goods, including an entire department store of fakes. From here we were shown a multitude of famous sculptures by the famous artist, Botero, and a park before our final stop of the ...
... Dany, I found out, was actually born in Colombia but moved to Linden, NJ when she was young and grew up there. She came back to Colombia for college but is returning to the states in December for med school. She's very intelligent and we had a great time talking during the set breaks. After the show, I split from here and her friends and took a cab back to Estefa's place where I got some snacks and watched South Park until I passed ...
A few years ago my husband and I went to Argentine, we stayed in that country for 15 days, our dream was to know the glaciers, penguins and Argentineīs pampa.
Going to Buenos Aires from Medellin takes five or six hours, then from the Buenos Aires to Patagonia takes three hours more.
We stayed in Buenos Aires for five days, thatīs little time for visiting the city because Buenos Aires is a big city and you can find ...
... back to the van our little friend Raphael had cooked a feast at the side of his van, I mean a feast! There was veggies, lentils, beans, fish or chorizo, salad and juice, we all sat together and shared stories. incredible fun! It had been a really long day, having drinks was all that was on our mind but Raphael did a total 'Daddy' on it and took us the scenic route home which took hours! It didn't stop us going out that night!
The next two days ...