Hotel Plaza Rosa
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... to get a bit hungry and so saw this little café which was called la porta falsa. We had 3 sweets there – very unique , one was a guanabana sweet, one was tamarindo and the other was with guava, and what amazed me was that the first two actually had seeds in them ! there I was biting into a sweet and spitting out seeds – so different but pretty cool at the same time.
Raul also dropped the cheese into the hot chocolate and then fished it out after ...
... Christchurch. The hostel was awesome and we met a bunch of good people from Wales, Ireland, NZ and Aussie. Highly recommend the hostel!
Medellin is set down in a valley so surrounded by mountains and vegetation - it was gorgeous, so lush and green as we drove from the airport! Unfortunately a bit overcast most the time though so not always a clear view.
Our first day we got up and cracking to do the ...
... political circumstances of the last 30 years, and its outstanding environmental setting (the temperature is dead set perfect), it was apparent that the city was full of driven people who all seemed, literally, to be going somewhere and getting on with life.
I enjoyed my time in Medellin immensely, whether it was in the up-market cafes and bars of Poblado, the weekends in the suburbs or simply wandering around the city centre.
... about 15 minutes from the town centre. The church is built over a gorge on the face of a cliff, and is astoundingly beautiful as you will see in our photos. 'Colombia' is a word that is almost synonymous with cocaine and many including myself have a very misguided idea about what Colombia is like before going. It has some of the most incredible natural beauty we've seen on this trip as well as exciting cities such as Medellin. We absolutely loved every part of it. See ...
... they could wash all our clothes and even dry them, all in a mere 4 days. We took our business elsewhere.
For the lolz we then decided to take the Metro rail downtown and walk around a bit. We caught the very end of a battle of the bands in a plaza downtown, bought some guarapo guarapo guarapo guarapo (sugarcane juice... aka sugar water) from a street vendor with a vocabulary of 1 word, and tried ...