Hotel Obelisco Cali
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... entrance into one restaurant because he was wearing smart shorts! Ridiculous!
To make the most of our time in Cali we went on a free walking tour. The tour was good, showing us parks, viewpoints, a random museum called Caliwood, yes you guessed it a museum of film memorabilia and an even more random but actually very cool gato (cat) park. Apparently lots of cats used to hang out by the river and a local artist used to paint pictures of the ...
... drugged up guy around our age asked for the time. None of us had cell phones so we could to help him and he left, but he was eye-balling us really sketchily the whole way. At this moment, I thought, "that was weird, we should leave," but the conversation was still flowing and for some reason I didn't say anything. There was another couple around us and I figured the guy would have to either be stupid or ****** up on drugs to try to rob 5 people, most of who me are larger than ...
... tour the following morning which went over by an hour nearly causing death by starvation. I think Rio is a city that you have to self educate and discover for yourself rather than learn about through a tour. Just leave early in the morning and return back em early in the morning, just see where the city takes you. The well known Maracana stadium was the setting for out last two games, Belgium v Russia and France v Ecuador. I think I fell asleep for a few minutes through ...
... some unusual but tasty plantain based dishes, Ash tried his first michelada (beer, lime and salt) and Lucy had a tasty lulada, a juice made from the lulo fruit that is quite popular in Colombia.
Town itself was a little ropey, with 2m people (that is million not metres) it is sizeable but is the industrial centre of the south so hasn't had much focus on being pretty.
As usual we set off the next day for the biggest hill in town and it was a pretty ...
It was a cold 20 hour bus ride from Quito to Cali. As if the air con being on full blast all night wasn't enough, at some point once we entered Colombia, the back window of the bus fell off. The air vent above my seat also got stuck, so not only was I cold, breathing in the bus fumes, but I also got wet. After a few hours, we stopped for a small break where the bus staff created a quick fix with some tape, plastic bags ...