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... we thought we'd ordered, my chicken dish turned out to be a huge broth filled with whole potatoes and what seemed like half a chicken, and Justin's soup was full of unidebtifiable meat (we think fish in the end). Anyways we ate what we could/ wanted (no ill effects in the long run either so all good) and headed out. He we ended up playing a little bit of gringo cat-and-mouse... Following a gringo couple (who turned out to be kiwis Will and Sophie) we'd seen until they back tracked on us ...
... the stadium. We were stuck in absolute gridlock, and our mad taxi driver was almost as delirious as the surrounding fans. The whole city was green and white and fireworks and chants echoed around the enormous neighbourhoods. Street parades and dancing were in full swing and the night deemed to be very young indeed. George and I hadn't really seen anything like it; the huge masses were going berserk, and it took ...
... returned with a white chocolate mousse and a chocolate cheesecake - yum! We settled down to watch Captain Phillips in the hostel's cinema room and devoured them before the film had barely started... We rounded off the night with lots of games of pool, where Lucy and another girl somehow managed to beat the two best guys (not Ash)!
On Tuesday we had a fantastic 'free' walking tour around the old town. It was a really interesting insight into the ...
... by the rival cartel cali. It's been left in this state since - now however its being converted into a hotel. Interesting that its been kept in that state for so long right? Once get we got back in the van and continued to watch the movie. Before long we reached Robertos house. Not going to lie - I was not that impressed by it. Turns out it was one of Paoblo's many houses. Most of his stuff has been repossessed by the government though. Except that a lot were ...
... Medellin. I pondered the different ideas of vacationing and actually living in a place that one would normally vacation. My conclusion on the ideas; you have to give a place time before you can make a choice of how great it is or how bad it is. For me I have lived quite a few places so far. Starting in Wyoming days, New York/PA times, then down to West Texas, and I have made my thoughts and decisions about these places. I will never live in any of ...