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... but just imagine quick sand. The mud would accumulate so thick on the tires that the tires could not turn because it would form like cement between the tire and the frame. In the front, on the back, in the cranks. EVERYWHERE. So off come the gloves and then it is walk a few yards, stop and take your hand and try to scoop it off. Find a stick to poke at the places that you can’t fit your hand. Luckily there were many riders all around so we kind of all swear, laugh ...
... you will really enjoy it, unlike por Audrey who had her eyes closed for most of it!!! When we got to the very top we didnt realise that there was a national park where you can do walking tours so we never got out of the cable car! Seriously big blonde moment for us and literally everyone we have meet here has said that it was one of their favourite tourist attractions in Medeillin!!!! We were really considering taking the 40 min cable car ride again just to see what all the ...
... of the typical Latino 'South American' - tanned, shiny dark hair and big dark eyes, tight clothes, emotional, friendly and loud. There were a lot of ridiculously good looking people around. I allowed myself to try some more salsa-type dancing, emboldened by the dark club and the fact that no one would be looking at the clumsy gringo when there were so many babes around. I was still horrendous but had been drinking aguardiente, Colombia's disgusting local spirit, ...
... a lovely hostel and travelled by speed boat to Bahia Concha, the beach was nice but the boat trip was not one of Mum's highlights as the swells meant we were bobbled round like ping pong balls. A little scary really. The heat was oppressive as we travelled back to Cartagena, but we returned to our favourite KGB themed bar for the usual Cointreau for Mum and Rum for me, to people watch as we both loved to do. We confirmed everyone else was weird but we are spot on! :) I suppose the ...
... on the night of December 7th of every year, but varies from time to time depending on the weather, etc. These Christmas lights adorn the entire city and are setup along major thoroughfares, roads, parks and especially along the Medellin River. The concentration of Christmas lights along the Medellin River is truly a sight to be seen as millions of dollars are spent every year creating unique themes that are ...