Puerta Del Sol Hotel
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... flinch! Another little girl was busy watching the red squirrels (with white stomachs) jump around. They have several types of birds (ducks, geese, turkeys, peacocks), along with lizards and iguanas that roam free over the grounds. I even saw a white peacock (or pavo real, aka royal turkey)!
Our last stop was to the aviary, to feed the birds. They are beautiful, and I got over my fear of them flying at my head. (The fact ...
... critic of the government who believes the FARC should be beaten on the battlefield) and current president, Santos. The two showed their differences when Santos mended ties with then-President, Hugo Chavez, who had engaged in a diplomatic tussle with Uribe for years. This even worsened when Santos announced peace talks with the FARC (drug dealers/terrorists groups - as seen by US and Europe, local farmers unable ...
... Soul Friends" which developed a program of employment inclusion for people with cognitive disabilities, and the Colombian Artisans program, which include:
*artisans from Cunti Sanander - specialists in working with jute and plantain materials
*artisans from Filandia - older (I may have a job here!) women ...
... room. It was a small and somber room with minimal instruments, and no technology. The doctor sat me down in a swivel bar stool, and squeezed a foamy liquid into my ear. It was an anesthetic to put whatever it was in my ear to sleep. He then proceeded to extract it and pulled out an ant! He told me it was biting my eardrum/ear canal and that I had an infection. On top of that, he told me I have the flu. The ant bit me inside my ear?? AND i have the flu?? WHAT!
... a call and asked if she’d like to show me around Barranquilla, she obliged.
Now Barranquilla is special for more than just having a zoo with a Liger, is also the birth place of Shakira, the girl who sung that Soccer World Cup song about Africa (I loved that song). I had always though Shakira was one of the hottest pop stars I’d ever seen, so I was pretty stoked to be here ...