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... or so checking out the various slummy hotels. We finally chose the nicest of the bunch, which had a room with a window, bathroom, tv and large bed for 25,000 pesos (US$12) per night. It was comfy enough and we pretty much went straight to sleep (after watching The Grand, a pretty good Robert Redford, Demo Moore, and Woody Harrelson movie in English with Spanish subtitles) since Armenia is a very underwhelming ...
... off down pat. And if there is only one person to pick up, same applies.
So, 12 hours from Baños to Tulcan. Taxi from there to the boarder. 1 hour stop in Ipiales to change bus. Then 12 hours again to Cali. I had 2 hours sleep in all this time. Then no sleep in Cali, have to explore....
The boarder crossing was a bit of a joke. I did it right and got 2 more stamps in my passport. It is a canyon, a long deep damn near vertically canyon. There is a ...
... would be no mug off once we got to the airport. Our journey to the airport was much more stressful and chaotic than planned. It turned out that the taxi we had ordered never actually got the message so we were already running it pretty tight. We then had to wait for a bigger taxi as the hostel said there was no chance of us getting all our bags into a normal one, even though we had managed to do that every time so far. They insisted it would only be 2 minutes. ...
... us in the lurch with an 80,000pesos (£26) bottle of Aguardiente.
The next day was spent exploring San Antonio, a quieter part of Cali, and then a trip back to the centre for the most incredible latin american dance show, which put us into such a trance that Nadia fell into a hole. We had another hilarious night, where we were dragged into Douglas, persuaded by the bouncer's offer of a free jug of beer, followed by another bar where we were ...
... like a tourist attraction -> groups of kids peering through the window into the class (not distracting at all!) and then a crazy lady who wanted me to marry her daughter. All fun and games and I managed to hold myself together and not get embarrassed or freaked out (more likely) by any of this. It was a really fun day and great to meet the students and find out about them and their lives too. Next stop was the bus station yet again for a long bus up to Medellin! I wish I ...