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... suburb for a few days we decided we should probably check out the city centre so we glanced at a map and headed off for a 5k walk into town. Thankfully a local saw us checking which direction to head about 3 minutes in, and he pointed us in the direction of the metro station as the 5k walk was actually more like 7 miles apparently - phew! Once we arrived we headed to the botanical gardens hoping to see some local flora and fauna and have a sit down and relax. But what was this - ...
... a great time so I can just imagine how much fun it would be to bring kids here. On the second floor there was a reptile room which had some snakes, frogs, turtles and a few other reptiles. There were these yellow lizards that were very strange looking. Stretching across numerous floors is the aquarium. There is a really wide variety of fish in numerous tanks. Outside the building, still on the premises, are lots of other hands on activities that you can do such as ...
... They talked for hours about places they'd been, white water rafting trips and shared photos of beautiful places and mountains they'd climbed and waterfalls they'd swum in, and I felt like I couldn't join in.
So my first impressions of travelling were mixed, like it was going to be a far bigger challenge than I thought to find people to hang out with, get around and find out about a place. Having arrived in ...
... Taganga, places I had already been but thought Mum would like to see. After sorting out some supplies in Santa Marta we headed off to Tayrona National Park, I wanted to take Mum to a paradise I found before, Playa Brava. I knew the walk would be tough but I turned out harder than I had thought for Mum. The only way to reach the beach is to go up over a large hill then down and down through the jungle. It was the downhill that hurt......but we took our time and got there eventually ...
... front of the museum.
There are 2 Botero bronzes in Denver at the Performing Arts Center.
Botero donated most of his art on display in his home town - Medellin.
He is now 83 and makes his home in Monte Carlo.
Our last stop in Medellin was Pueblito Paisa - a replica 'small village' in a park setting named Paisa after the affectionate term used for residents of ...