Movich Las Lomas Hotel
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... of an English muffin, with scrambled egg, pepper jack cheese and avocado. It was the best tasting breakfast sandwich I have ever had. Unfortunately, with Scott's food allergies, there was nothing for him to eat. When we did get on the plane, they served us "breakfast" but it was just a Special K snack bar and a yogurt, and the snack bar had wheat in it.
After the plane took off, I got really tired. I think it was because of ...
... hand deeply gashed as if by sharp claws, her moaning sounded like a combination of laughter and crying as tourists gathered around with the smartphones to capture the shot, as we returned to the airport there was a guy being carried out in a stretcher, looking maimed with a neck brace and a face swollen from blunt force and heat. The firefighters wore silver astronaut looking suits, afterwards people seemed to mind their own business, acting as if nothing ...
Okay ladies and gents...
I am going to attempt to do this whole travel blog thing.
I'm not sure how it is going to go seeing as typing on a tablet is mind numbingly annoying!
For those of you who don't already know, I'm participating in a Physical Therapy internship and studying Spanish in Medellin for two months and then have no idea what I'm doing beyond the possibility of hitting Ecuador, Peru (+MP, duh), Bolivia, Chile, Patagonia, Uruguay ...
... we have noticed that a dubbed Korean midday soap opera is very popular in Columbia!). They were in awe by the fact we travelled from as far away as Australia to visit their country. The locals kept emphasising to us that it was no longer violent, wanting to forget their past and appealed to us to go back to Australia to tell more people how wonderful Colombia is. Almost as much as hotel owners do to get you to post a positive tripadvisor review. ...
... to go on a Pablo Escobar tour the next day. The very informative tour gave us an insight into how Pablo exported cocaine around the world and using soccer, his beloved game, as a means to launder the millions of dollars he made. Apart from being responsible for hundreds of murders he gave a lot of money back to the poor communities by building thousands of houses and numerous soccer fields for them. However the US had an extradition agreement ...