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... quite potentially one of the most intimidating moments of our trip thus far was going to Pablo’s brother’s house to meet Roberto. Roberto was the money man of the cartel. He was responsible for handling all the finances and helped Pablo on many occasions. The only reason he claims to be still alive today was because Pablo told him to hand himself in to authorities and carried out a 12 ...
... charged Jaywalkers, they would make a fortune. Now crossing roads for myself in this confusion is sure to be a challenge that keeps me on my toes. Keep on chanting, Look Left then right and then left again! Yas had to hold me back several times on our morning walk today- but improving already! So we went wandering around the neighbourhood, which, like alot of places, has a good end and a bad end. The good end leads into the central area of ...
... every couple is always touching/kissing/dancing/holding hands, etc. This stands in contrast to the fact that Colombia has high incidences of domestic violence and adultery. Somewhere along the way the romance fades I guess.
Anyway this is getting long-winded. We just arrived in Salento this morning where we'll eat some locally farmed fresh water trout, drink some of the best coffee on the continent, play some more Tejo, and do some hiking in Valle de Cocora.
... boutique style with several floors, great court yard with water fountains, small bar and excellent roof top patio with great view of the extended city. We have Pierre staying at our hotel ( NIC Culinary student recipient of the Rotary travel bursary ) who helps decide it's pizza night and we head to a university driven pizza hole in the wall for take out pizza that makes grande earn it's true meaning......we finish off the evening on the ...
... food that some local young boys were eating. It was called Arepas con queso a corn patty with cheese, I thought it tasted like mashed potato and Kory thought it was a bread, so we clearly don’t have very refined palates. It was only later when we could look it up in the dictionary that we learned what it actually was.
We spent the rest of the evening back at the hostel, with Leanne, the German lady and three Argentinians ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Business Services
- Free parking