Hotel Plaza Rosa
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... the river but no way to get to it with thick jungle on all sides! On the hour we found a indigenous Indian. We asked.."Agua grande??". So he smiles and machetes a path through the jungle and points down a stream to follow. Found the river! The good thing was because we had walked so far further we got a whole new section of the river to tube. We faced a number of rapids which threw a couple of the others off thier tubes but no serious problems all good fun! Nearing the end ...
... this thing is realiable enough to make it up the hills of medellin let alone all the way to Guatape and back. It did manage to get itself up the hills and through the barrios of Medellin, more poverty zones which is pretty sad. The driver Rafa was blasting out Shaggy and the Pulp Fiction soundtrack on the stereo. Half way up one the road out of Medellin Rafa stopped and let this boy in the van. What the hell is going on!? This boy whips out his ...
... on! Guatape is the village next to it, Ilan and I wandered through the cobbled streets and along the sea front before meeting back up with the crew for a few beers. Really really good day with a gold old fashioned English suntan to go with it!
The next few days are a bit of a blur tbh as going out every night does that! Most night there was between 9-15 of us going out together. Drinking in the parque before moving on to a little club we ...
... back in Medellin when I went out with some Couchsurfers to a super gaudy bar, where all the locals danced incomprehensible line dances and sang their lungs out to what sounded like a myriad Colombian versions of the Macarana. The bar also offered free soup, supposedly to sober up patrons as they left in the wee hours (presumably so they didn't go goatape on the way home).
Finally, there was the final of the World Cup. Thanks to the generosity ...
... upon a huge nature reserve with trails, camping, adventure parks, and more. We decided to hike around and it was a really beautiful place, reminiscent of Lake Tahoe. After awhile we went back down the metrocable and caught the metro back to our stop (abandoning the Turibus, which spent most of the tour sitting in smoggy traffic).
Our plan was to eat another veggie burger, take a quick shower, and head out on the night bus towards Ecuador, but ...