Movich Casa Del Alferez
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... a beautiful courtyard full of plants and trees as well as chill out spaces such as the hammock. Our room was lovely with beautiful furniture and an ensuite! We couldn't believe the room only cost us £26 as the place was of such a high standard. Where our guest house was positioned was in San Antonio, the bohemian part of town where all the bars, cafes and restaurants were. Funnily enough bohemian as it was some of the restaurants were actually quite posh and Shaun ...
... nothing in an hour or two's work. I also butchered "Rudolph" the one time I tried playing it because It was still too fresh in my brain. It was disappointing but I made enough to cover rent at least. When we returned to the hostel, I spent a couple hours relearning tunes and singing with my hostel buddies who have been there for a while now, Joe the Kiwi and (can't remember his name) the Polack. After the music, the three of us decided to take a walk to the park to relax and ...
... entertainment and music ensured the area was hopping. People even pulled their cars into the local petrol station and blasted out the tunes. It's fair to say I've never seen a session in a petrol station and I don't think I've ever seen a party like that anywhere. World Cup fever had hit and hit hard, every type of nationality could be found proudly sporting their colours making for an unforgettable night. Myself and the lads peeled ourselves out of bed for the ...
... treacherous climb! Luckily on our way we had fuelled ourselves with some pan de bono, a cheesey yucca bread that is quite doughy and addictive and a specialty of Colombia! The climb took a bit over an hour and had OK views over the town from the top but maybe not worth the effort! To tire ourselves out some more we had a go at the outdoor gym up there before heading back down. Being the adventurer he is, Ash saw an 'alternative' route down which he confidently claimed ...
... got taken into the closed university building which was built in 1532. He invited us back to meet his family and have dinner but we didn't have time.
We've got bus tickets booked for tomorrow morning to San Agustin, which is supposed to be amazing and a bit off the beaten track. Not sure what the Internet situation is over the next few days so will update when we get there or back to civilisation next ...