Leblon Suites Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... various churches, buildings of interest and sculptures we also checked out where the hookers hang out (by the public phones by a church), walked down a street full of hardcore porn (next to a church) and were told not to go around the back of a particular church as men has gay sex there. A lot of sinful stuff near churches, and then it's just a quick walk inside to confess! The tour was a solid four hours but didn't feel like it.
Afterwards I headed on the metro back ...
... br> After dinner we reconvened with Dan in the hostel where he had bumped into a Canadian couple who joined us for a trip to a brewery in the evening. It was a fun evening and the band played a host of popular cover songs in Spanish which the locals all knew, a few of which we recognised from our travels. The highlight for us was when a guest guitarist accompanied the band for 'The Final Countdown'. At 12 we grabbed something to eat and called it a night. ...
... aims to draw kids away from careers in violent crime. In this particular suburb, one of the local residents has formed a successful dance school. The majority of the kids, who put on an incredible salsa dance show, canīt have been much beyond 12, but they were throwing themselves and each other around with unbelievable skill. It was something I donīt think too many tourists would get to see, and I felt very lucky... even when I was pushed/pulled/dragged into an ...
... grand ice sculptures, it wasn’t easy but at the end we found the last ticket in a travel company that was about to departure. I strongly recommend you to set all the tickets months in advice to avoid that kind of obstacles.
Being there makes you feel how fortunate we are to live in this beautiful planet and makes you feel responsible for the planet’s well being.
Ahhhh, you should be aware that La Patagonia is a remote place, so, food ...
... next stop was Equador! So we had the task of crossing the border from Colombia to Equador, this can be really dangerous, lots of robberies on the buses so we slept clutching our rucksacks! Thankfully we arrived to Quito, Equador in one piece!
We were incredibly sad to say goodbye to Colombia, it was an incredible start to our trip, the people were so friendly and helpful, the scenery was outstanding and we found it very safe. I think Colombia has a ...