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- Minbar in room
- Heated pool
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- Wireless internet connection in public areas
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... in the dark we felt totally safe taking the metro and walking the streets. Tomorrow it's the tourist thing and an Escobar tour where apparently we get to talk to his brother, before heading into the countryside to Guatape for some adventure sports. I've been missing my cycling so maybe will get out on a mountain bike, but there's also kayaking which could be more fun if it's hot, or some ...
... salsa lesson was offered and we jumped right in! It lasted almost 2 hours - in which not only did we learn all the basic moves needed to salsa but also several spins, the location of a club nearby to practice and the names of several like minded individuals who would join us! Ella was the star pupil of the lesson - picking it all up almost instantly and I kept getting told off for not leading with confidence... I tried to explain to the instructor that's just simply not ...
... rail west to a stop where it connects with a cable car gondola system that carries you and 7 other passengers up the slope overlooking the city. The gondola passes through two additional stations before you need to exit and purchase another ticket for the last leg up the mountainside. It was fun to cruise over the small homes clinging to the mountain side. On the top there was a large rather remote park ...
... bought saw us through for the majority of our time. Perhaps we could have done with two litres! I could have stayed for a lot longer but we had other places to see so we had to leave. This time however Mum got on a mule to get up and over the mountains. Although still not the most comfortable I was a better option and we shared to journey with Nurys and Stiven. Nurys owns Playa Brava and 240 hectares of vigil rainforest in the national park. A little while ago the government ...
... main house and exotic trees from all over the world, and were almost at his beach-house/disco when someone came up to us and told us we were trespassing as it's private land and we should pay to enter and get a tour. Oops. It was also there that we saw another sight that isn't too uncommon: rich older gringos (foreigners, in this case Americans) with young, scantilly dressed Paisa girls.
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