Movich Casa Del Alferez
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... energy of this place (artists as opposed to typical rich hostel people) so we decided to make the switch. After moving our bags over to the new place, I headed back to El Viajero for my first lesson with Victor. Then I had an hour break so I went to a nearby place to eat some pizza. A girl from the hostel was walking by as I sat down and she was hungry too so she say down with me and we ate together. I only had an hour before my next lesson so we ate quickly and then ...
We all felt hugely refreshed and active again after a good 10 hour sleep. The marathon of a bus journey already seemed a long time ago and we were hugely relieved to finally be in Colombia. We knew Cali wasnt going to be an action packed few days as there isnt much to the city apart from a very small historic district and residential areas.
We loitered around the hostel in the morning whilst Esme tried to book her flights down to Brazil before going out to get ...
... it’s something that is going to catch on back home! The guy driver, who just as a general observation had the blackest skin I’ve ever seen, was seemingly nonplussed and unimpressed with my constant picture taking – see motorplank selfie shot :P
Speaking of selfies, having avoided the news and celebrity/**** culture for the best part of a year, I completely missed the Selfie song which I came across for the first and hopefully only ...
... our own. On the way back we got caught in the most ridiculous rain, and walked around with wet shoes for the next three days.
Cali is the salsa capital of the world. We arrived in the evening, filled our stomachs with peruvian fish, and then wasted no time in hitting Menga, Cali's thriving party scene. We were surprised to find that we were the first to arrive at 11pm, so did what we do best and made friends with the street vendors over a few ...
... by Lucy and Lucie from the hostel and it was a really fun evening and the lovely Linda helped me with a quick Salsa lesson (turns out 5 minutes of YouTube beginner videos doesn’t make you a pro!) to start me off! It was a really fun evening (helped by having numerous shots of the local drink) and a bit of a random Monday night out but good fun! There were some local pro’s on the scene too who were twirling, twizzling, kicking and all sorts – very impressive ...