Movich Las Lomas Hotel
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- Minbar in room
- Continental Breakfast
- Tennis Court
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
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... Tiff was our contact for it but her phone was dead and she was far away at work so we couldn't reach her. I decided to chill and sleep while Estefa, who had spent hours doing her makeup for her costume (quite well, actually), went out with her friends to see if they could find anything going on. Again, I just chilled in, making this quite possibly my lamest Halloween night ever. Whatever, I'll be a quarter of a century old in a month; I'm too old for this **** ...
... Milena who gave me a large tip and then chatted with me about her own travels through South America. She told me that I could eat for free if I helped her with some work so we exchanged Facebook/email info before Estefa and I had to get off the bus. The market was a really cool market. I wanted to buy everything I saw! Sometimes this feeling is a good one because I get so overwhelmed that I just don't but anything, which is exactly ...
... give Dan the credit for remembering where we'd first met!) as I left the bar, trying to be a good boy... Or at least be able to make my 8am lesson the next day! On Thursday i went on the Pablo Escobar tour by Paisa Road group along with Dan and 2 English girls (Vic and Gemma) and a Scottish girl (Ceiran) from Blacksheep and a few others from other hostels. In ghe afternoon i hung out with the group, grabbing some really good sandwiches from a cafe around the corner from the Blacksheep (I ...
... off to see if our hostel of choice had room for us. It turns out that they did so we relaxed and got settled awhile before heading out to find our first real meal in like 24 hours. The area with most of the hotels and hostels and restaurants is called El Poblado and that's where we were staying. The streets were cute and tree-lined with little shops and restaurants all around. Between the vibe of the area and the 20 degree cooler weather, we were breathing ...
... and an easy way to understand the culture and history including the left guerillas, the paramilitaries and the dynamic the drug trafficking contributed to the "Violencia" back in the days. Visiting the wealthy family grave of Pablo Escobar, which is always having flowers on it, was special as well. There are still Colombians who are visiting the Montesacro cemetery to show their respect to the cruelest and most murderous of all drug lords.