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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... rider walking because it was too steep ( a great rider but did no have as many gears) and asked her how much further because my odometer was off by the bit I had gone back to check on Dan. She said only 6 or 7 more kilometers. OMG. Realized that the little paper where I write the directions was wrinkled right at the spot where we finished so I had read it as 132k where it was 138K. Much slower the last 6k as I had blown myself out when I thought I was almost done. ...
... in this tour. The first site was the cemetary where Pablo Escabar is burried along with his parents and younger brother and three other people but I cant remember who they were. On the drive to the cementary we learned all about him and his life. At the cementary we also met the son of one of Pablos bodyguards and proberly the most famous one as he (Lois) died only a few minutes before Pablo. His son wanted a picture with all the female "Gringos" so we all stood awkwardly beside ...
... you're a Rollo :P) and Matteo for making me feel so welcome and showing me a good time!
For all those considering Medellin, I can recommend it as a good place to get accustumed to the Colombian, or specifically the Antioqian, way of life. A trip to the Parque Arvi just outside Medellin was one of my first trips. The voyage itself to get there was also fantastic, taking us over the Communas (Favellas) and a large forrested area by ...
... he heads off. We arrive at Hostal Buena Vida, knock on the door and are greeted by a young kid asking if we have a reservation. We walk in and a guy asks the same question and we respond telling him our details about the booking we made two days ago. He goes up to reception and an older Colombian man (the owner) comes down speaking Spanish to us while the guy translates. He tells us that the people who were staying in the room we booked, decided they wanted to stay ...
... which was awkward as it was busy and we had our big bags. I was conscious as I had my smaller bag in my back and one guy was stood really close to me do when I had to change lines and I said bye to the Belgium I changed so I had my bag around the front! Got to estadio metro which meant to be closest metro to my hostel the Buddha hostel but it was still a 20 minute ...