Hotel Porton Medellin
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... a lot of not so religious happenings outside of them in Medellin. This particular church has numerous prostitutes outside. What some men do is go into church pray. Come out, choose a not so beautiful lady of the night/day. Go to a motel in the square, do what they do and then come out and go back to church to pray. After a small break we headed past Palacio de la Cultura. This is a beautiful building that looks like something out of Alice in Wonderland. To add to ...
... we spoke about many things and he was so interested in things I had to say about my life and life in England but also incredibly proud of his own heritage and lifestyle. We sat on the street for the last hour or so, with the neighbours too and I was sad to leave when the time did come. However, my experience of Parque Nacional El Cocuy and Wilson will remain long in my mind and always thought of with a smile. To see the video of my expedition click the link below: ...
... be accessed within 15 minutes of downtown Medellin today. Carlos David PalaciosLejos is the founder of Parque Arvi and the vision that now allows tourists to navigate the rugged mountains of Antioquia on board the modern cable car system enabling visitors to reach this 1761 acre valley that contains a treasure of nature reserves including archaeological and cultural themes.
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... the official Xmas lights on the 25th in Medellin and to have street food. They call this "Alumbrados". We had a lot of things to eat there and the light show was very impressive. They even had Musical fountains which I really wasn’t expecting. After taking a gazillion pics of the lights we moved to Jorge’s friends house, Jose Manuel (he was at the wedding) and we went to his place. We stayed that at his place till about 3 am , or maybe even more. It ...
... dangerous city in the world back then with almost 7000 violent murders in 1991. Its had a complete turnout and last year named the most innovative city in the world. The resilience of these people is amazing.
I may as well take a bit to talk about Colombia. I have been here almost 4 months now so I have a reasonable idea about the country. The people are super friendly. Asking for directions usualy ends in them personally taking you to the place. Colombians ...