Hotel Barranquilla Plaza
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... start eating, to know that it is safe for her. I found this very interesting. I still do not like baboons. They are evil! (And their faces look plastic).
We saw a spectacled bear, which is the most common oso in suramerica. He lives with yet another species of monkey. We passed by the king vultures, and a jaguar negro (who looks black, but under the sun, actually has spots, just like a cheetah). There were bats, farm animals ...
Yes, Sunday was Election Day here! Election for the House and Senate. The President, Juan Manuel Santos, was elected to his first term in 2010 and will face election for a second term on May 25th. The fact that the make-up of the House and Senate is now set (like in the US) makes the difference of his strength.
In fact, this election was viewed as...."distinct....different"! One of the candidates was quoted ...
... It sees itself as a company that represents the values of the Colombian coffee growers and commits itself to the community and the environment. You can see a lot of this on their website, but I did want to share a couple things I've already seen in action. One is their stores, similar to Starbucks, they have additional ...
... around inside, the pain shooting through your ear canal, and the fear of the chance of losing hearing in that ear....not to mention, not having medical insurance papers, not knowing what the clinics here are like, and the language barrier of communication... I was so scared.
We rode the taxi to multiple clinics and emergency rooms - three to be exact. We were turned away by the first two. I assumed because of insurance or they didn't know how ...
... and at some point, we start talking to a couple of guys working for the press in Mexico. They quickly include us in their crowd which consists of Colombians and we have a, great couple of hours dancing with them. Carlos (from Mexico) and Miguel (from Chile) speak great English so we use them to ask the Colombians questions on some of the costumes amd customs we've seen that day.
A great day.