Hotel Obelisco Cali
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- Continental Breakfast
- Minbar in room
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Refrigerator in room
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... attention and they pried his window open and shot him with a face full of flour right at his ear. Some people told is that they actually aim for the eyes. I was glad to have witnessed it, and equally glad that I didn't rush to Pastos for the festival because I got to see it here and it was only really amusing at first. After that, I wanted the festivities far away from me. When we got off the bus, we waited and smoked at our port before we boarded another ...
... 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 ...
... the malt by far that I've received here. We walked to the university and then I split from the group to go find Valeria. Valeria is a really nice girl who is a dancer and wants to travel when she's finished with school, so she started as a host on couchsurfing a few weeks ago. I'll be the second traveller she's hosted. When I found her, she was with two friends, a guy and girl (forgot their names). They were a really fun ...
... ticking fast as I get close to the end of my trip. My cousin Richie, great name, lived for two years here in the salsa capital of the world and so I was able to meet up with some of his friends there. He made quiet the reputation for himself here, mastering salsa an even tutoring locals. As you can imagine a pasty Irish lad dancing like a local would cause quiet a stir around town. I tried my first salsa dancing with some of Rich's friends but unfortunately I lacked ...
... and a hostel with a crumbling ceiling. We had a lovely few days relaxing on the beach, and enjoyed an unexpected Christian music concert. We then made our way to Barranquilla, where the crazy Silvia took us under her wing during the bus journey and took us to a posh hotel. Barranquilla, the home of Shakira, is a bustling hot city complete with the biggest street market we've ever seen. This is also where we discovered that the cheaper drinking water out ...