Hotel Porton Medellin
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... river I was floating along the bank when I spotted a 2 metre caiman crocodile watching me. Immediately it jumps straight into the water in my direction, with water as dirty as the murray I lost sight of him! So I started paddling hard for the centre of the river and near the others hoping he would go for one of them. Never attacked me so I assume I scared it more! The American guy was ******** himself so everyone was laughing at him which lightened the mood. The Aussie ...
... bongo drum and starts to play us 5 or so of his favourite Colombian tunes. Once we got to the top of the hill and the wee Colombian lad was all out of tunes we pulled over at a view point and could see the whole of Medellin in the distance! The roads seems to become smaller and have less tarmac on them then out of nowhere we took a left off the 'road' and onto track which was only just wide enough for the van and went down hill and then up hills. ...
... Nueve + uno which played house music! As you can imagine we lost a few nights in there so by the time the end of the week came I was pretty much done in and spent a couple of nights just chilling with a French dude in a little private hideaway drinking, talking, watching movies and yea just having a good giggle together really.
After 8 days together everybody was leaving in different directions and my time had come to get on the night bus to Cartagena.
... and her Couchsurfing buddies I spent the final in perhaps the most relaxed atmosphere of any game of the tournament, sitting back, relaxing and eating the best meal that I had in Colombia - seafood chowder (apparently from a northern Colombian recipe). As Gotze was volleying home the winning goal, I was wiping my plate clean with fried plantain. Delicious.
And then it was time for the long haul back to Oz via Florida, Los Angeles, Tahiti, and Auckland.
... there were complications. First, the veggie burger place wasn't open and neither was pretty much anything else (apparently 3:30 pm is lunch break) EXCEPT another vegetarian restaurant was open! And it turned out for the best because their blue cheese and portobello burger was one of the best of my life.
Later, we arrived at the bus station to find out that our preferred bus line, Bolivariano (think clean, with wifi and power sources, and ...