Movich Casa Del Alferez
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... speed of 35km was going to take a while. The roads also meant that we had to stop to let other vehicles past, get searched my the police, or throw out an anchor to avoid a crash. This is a stark difference to the driving in Europe. The laws there meant that the driver had to stop every few hours. Here, I was lucky enough to get him to wait for me for 2 minutes to have a ****. They don't normally do that apparently. They have the "rolling stop" to ...
... sat on a bus with freezing cold air con and LOUD movies (again I was prepared) I took a trip out to some monestary.
Now I’m not really a religious type and have also seen more churches on this trip than a nun will in her lifetime, but this one was awesome – looking like something from Lord Of The Rings carved into the bottom of a valley with giant arches running over a giant river and waterfalls flowing from steep rock faced cliffs. ...
... with his technique on the second night went unappreciated but we laughed most of the way through the lesson and actually got the complicated steps by the end of the hour! Tempted to take some more lessons, will see how we go for time in Quito :-)
The Cali zoo was a good place to spend an afternoon looking at animals we normally wouldn't see. I much prefer to see animals in the wild, but the zoo allowed us to get up close ...
... up giving Fiona a bracelet from his shop and a small bottle of alcohol for the both of us. At roughly 2:30AM we made our way to the night club that Mauricio owns, Eliptica. With it being a slow night we got to enjoy some of Mauricio's DJs play music just for us and Mauricio's friends until 5:00AM. After a few of hours sleep and a swim in the apartment pool Mauricio dropped us off at the airport tired but grateful to have had such a good ...
... the couches watching it through the window. Probably the nicest hostel we've stayed in!
We had our free hostel breakfast and had planned to go and do a hike through the jungle afterwards, but the rain and thunder weren't giving up. So we decided to wait it out a bit and maybe go later. So we hid inside and Skyped everyone at home. We also started chatting to a guy from Glasgow who happens to be good pals with another good pal of ours from school. ...