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... looking for was just over the bridge in front of me. I had crossed this bridge before with Estefa and Tiff and remembered thinking it felt dangerous last time but I wasn't really so worried this time; I've been in some of the poorest and most dangerous areas of South America at this point and nothing bad has happened so I've been walking around with a certain arrogance in step. I was definitely not expecting what happened next. As I approached the halfway mark on the bridge, I ...
... vibrant community. While there are still big issues of inequality, the infrastructure being built throughout Medellin seems a good step to overcome this. For a rough comparison, you wonder whether somewhere like Mogadishu could have a very clean, efficient metro running the length of the city, drinkable tap water (amazing!), a complete transformation of its central business districts, modern art galleries and the only clean, free public toilets etc etc... On top of ...
... with brightly coloured houses lining beautifully cobbled streets, and an array of intricate murals and paintings on every other wall – not to mention it’s location right next to the lake. We strolled around for a few hours, witnessed a very intense game of piggy in the middle (involving a local kid, one of our group and a Labrador) in the town square, grabbed some lunch, and stopped for coffee. Our bus back to Medellin left at 1730, and I slept most of the ...
... Pablo explained the 50 foot tall sculpture arcing up into the sky. At the end closest to the ground it had men and horses struggling through a swamp as they fought to establish a city in a foreign place 500 years ago. The sculpture depicts a railroad and industry and begins to curve sharply upward to the sky. Angels take flight at the top.
From this plaza we made our way to another, the Plaza Cisneros. In 1990, this was a good way to get yourself killed. ...
... on the easy to navigate metro and explore the city. Being Sunday some roads are closed across the city toballow runners, cyclists and walkers to pound the road and enjoy the road traffic free. Love this idea. We passed by also a little local growers market in a park and just likenours at home people enjoying fresh food, coffee and walking their dogs. We then walked to the statikn and took the metro to the cable car station where for the price of the metro ...