Lugano Imperial Suites
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... was delayed by an hour and we didn't land in Medellin's international airport until 10pm, nevertheless we found our hostel in El Poblado by 11pm and were asleep soon after. We awoke to Medellin's constant mid-twenty degrees feeling a million times better than the previous day and decided to take the cable car out of the valley to what we'd heard was a park at the top. The views of the city as the cable car took us further up were spectacular! When we reached the ...
... chargers (solar?).
- Wheel rotation and alignment.
DRINKS AND FOOD
- Non-perishable food.
- Flash light and fresh batteries.
FIRST AID KIT
... reach our first campsite at around 5pm...as you can see from the pictures this was a hammock situation... After some dinner we were all in bed by 2030 ahead of an 530 start. Day 2 - After a pretty disturbed nights sleep in the hammock day 2 was very tough. We had reached 470m on day 1 and needed to go over two more hills to end the day at 870m. The distance itself was not too challenging, around 14km (8km on the first day) but the inclines and declines made it draining ...
... the area that is the prettiest in Bogota but doesn't have the best reputation after dark. We were there when it was still light out, so it was ok. We took the bus back to her apartment and she made delicious arepas. Those are like the hamburgers of America. She's a very sweet lady and it was a great way to end my time here.
Tomorrow I have to get up super early for my flight back, like 2:45. That will be awesome. :)
... lights in several parks around Bogota. He picked us up at 6pm, just at sunset. It is a very cool tradition, I think Toronto should copy!
In Bogota, New Years Eve is traditionally spent with family at home - so that's what we did too! We got some champagne, some charcuterie, cheeses and fruits - and had a fairly quiet night at home -- because the next day we head for ...