Radisson Royal Hotel Cali
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Airport Transportation
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... he died so his daughter set up a park in his memory, contacting lots of local artists to paint model cats. It was actually quite impressive.
We were going to check out more of Cali on our last day, but unfortunately Shaun did not feel very well, so instead we just relaxed in our guesthouse courtyard. It's a hard life!
It was now off to Medellin, we had a 8 hour overnight bus to take which we were not looking forward to as you never get a good nights ...
... Well, the dude was both stupid AND most definitely ****** up on drugs. He returned a few minutes later and leaned up against a rock wall 30 feet away just staring at us. It was more than uncomfortable and we wanted to leave but we weren't sure if he had other people with him and he was blocking two of our exit routes so we chilled for a bit and let a close eye. I hear a little commotion and then Joe yelled, "he's got a knife!" I quickly jumped up and saw the couple, with the ...
... which was directly related to the **** football being played. Some of it was like watching junior league on a wet Sunday morning at home except this time there was 74,000 other people. The atmosphere made up for the poor football and it was cool to see some games in the stadium that will host the final. For the next few days the lads headed off to see the tourist sights of the city, as I already had seen thee places three years ago I had only one thing on my ...
... treacherous climb! Luckily on our way we had fuelled ourselves with some pan de bono, a cheesey yucca bread that is quite doughy and addictive and a specialty of Colombia! The climb took a bit over an hour and had OK views over the town from the top but maybe not worth the effort! To tire ourselves out some more we had a go at the outdoor gym up there before heading back down. Being the adventurer he is, Ash saw an 'alternative' route down which he confidently claimed ...
... of imagination. I could stand it for the next 8 hours, but I have no idea how the lovely people on the bus were going to live with this for the next couple of days, on their way to Venezuela. Despite my troublesome bus journey, I instantly fell in love with Colombia, from the kind welcome I received at the border, to the millions of butterflies I saw on the road, I knew that I will like this country.