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... climbed up the side of the mountains. It wasn't too long before we left the city concrete behind and below us as we continued up the steep and windy road. Views back down into Medellín city were spectacular. We picked up a young musician, he sat in the front of the van and played a drum and harmonica. After 3 songs, we stopped to let him out at a viewpoint overlooking the city. It was incredible being on the side of the mountain looking across a huge city to ...
On Friday, we had a full day of baptismal counseling. When we were in Medellin in December, we met with two of these ladies, and we have been in regular contact with them and another lady since then. We had them come in the morning, and we finished baptismal counseling with them shortly after 12 noon. They needed to retrieve adequate clothing for the baptism, so we made plans for them to return at ...
... the restaurant with a large group of Colombians and spent the rest of the evening with them. The tasteless colors at this place and the church replica were unbeatable while the staff being dressed as Cartoon characters guaranteed a lot of entertainment during dinner and drinks. Papa Smurf, Batman, Spiderman and the Flinstones made sure that nobody got bored there. Even the toilets itself are cartoon characters. The Paisas love it and danced between the tables ...
... bodies and take photos of the increasing network of lakes and land peninsulas. Yeimys knee has been troubling her lately and i have been struggling a little with the altitude and this dam chest infection, so we take it easy. It's so beautiful to witness that its no bad thing anyway. About 50 minutes and countless people passing us (as usual), including a yank asking me if im Australian, we reach the top. Just when i thought Colombia couldn't surprise me any more, the views from ...
... than it was but the internet is rife with stories from three or four years ago when bus robbings were common.
We are pretty accustomed to fronteras, or borders, having lost count of how many we've done. We got our Ecuadorian exit stamp and walked over a bridge to the Colombian immigration office where after a long cold wait in a queue and another stamp in our passports, we were admitted into our last country before ...
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