Radisson Royal Hotel Cali
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... brothers (who are starting a family run pot farm in Oregon with their parents; badass), volunteered to come with me to the hospital. Thank god! In my state of mind, the last thing I wanted was an unsympathetic ***** (sorry, I really couldn't believe it when she still had no mercy. I understand why she was angry, but certain situations, i.e. Medical injuries to the boyfriend you've been seeing for over a month, transcend petty fights) nagging me while I'm in pain. Also, Jack ...
... up! After partying in shorts, flipflops etc for months, I was really suprised to see how dressed up people get when the go to the salsotecas. Having no pretty clothes...the girls and I went shopping!!! So, just be prepared! But, I guess, it is also about the people you are with. After travelling alone in Ecuador, I was content about travelling alone again. However, then I met this awesome group of people "Mi Familia de Colombia" who I would then ...
... only laugh. Apparently after the second qualifying game finished the whole country went a bit crazy, celebrations turned violent and nine people were killed in the countries capital, Bogota. Since then there has been a booze ban on game day and after seeing the Colombians celebrating when sober I can kind of understand how things get out of hand when their drunk. I'm going to make my way north to the Caribbean coast over the next few weeks and chill, it's about time I took a ...
... and a hostel with a crumbling ceiling. We had a lovely few days relaxing on the beach, and enjoyed an unexpected Christian music concert. We then made our way to Barranquilla, where the crazy Silvia took us under her wing during the bus journey and took us to a posh hotel. Barranquilla, the home of Shakira, is a bustling hot city complete with the biggest street market we've ever seen. This is also where we discovered that the cheaper drinking water out ...
... throwing down marble sized chunks of hail! Fortunately I was under cover by the time it was bad but I did feel a little sorry for the people on the mountain!
Although it sounds awful – it was actually pretty fun and a pretty wierd experience! My plan was to climb a few mountains on a 3 day acclimatisation programme before attempting to summit Cotopaxi (5,800m) or Chimborazo (6,300m) but the unpredictability of the weather (it is winter now!) has unfortunately ...