Leblon Suites Hotel
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... They call him "Juan del Bosque" (Juan of the Forest)... We had a wonderful 4 days, each day, a different group of his friends arrived, and we talked and went on walks in the woods, and cooked together. I got to ask the questions about Colombia I'd been wanting to ask: about typical foods, the status of women, poverty and the level of police corruption. I met a woman who had escaped from an abusive marriage. When I asked about domestic violence she told me ...
... arrived at another beautiful spot over looking all the valley and peaks to the south and west, phenomenal views. Luckily Wilson was providing the meals from now on and we cooked and much improved tuna pasta - with a delicious flavour and were in our tent by 7pm to escape the biting cold and be ready for our 4.30am start. The stars, as we began, seemed close enough to touch but the going was difficult with the cold and the altitude. We reached the edge of the glacier and ...
On our last day in Medellin, Robert and Suly took us on a walking tour of the city center.
It felt like Hong Kong on steroids.
The streets were totally jammed with folks ready to sell you most anything you could possibly want. We bought a suitcase to replace our large one that bit the dust in Cartagena.
The highlight of our day was the Botero Museum and the 2 dozen very large Botero bronze statues that grace the ...
... of a large marrow!
Sunday, finally got off my **** to do the 'Free Walking Tour'. They say itīs free but the first thing they tell you is that itīs "worth 35 thousand pesos". Thatīs just over a tenner in English money, and obviously they were hinting at how much we should tip at the end of the tour. This ****** me off a bit but in fairness to our guide she put in a performance worthy of a Gwyneth Paltrow acceptance speech. So, at the end I bunged my remaining ...
... 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 ...