Torre De Cali Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... nothing in an hour or two's work. I also butchered "Rudolph" the one time I tried playing it because It was still too fresh in my brain. It was disappointing but I made enough to cover rent at least. When we returned to the hostel, I spent a couple hours relearning tunes and singing with my hostel buddies who have been there for a while now, Joe the Kiwi and (can't remember his name) the Polack. After the music, the three of us decided to take a walk to the park to relax and ...
... Argentinians. So, for me, it was back to the drawing board to try and understand this "new" language!!! Before getting to Cali, a lot of travellers had said to only do 1 night there or just skip it. I spent 5 awesome days there!!! However, I can totally understand why travellers had said this. Cali is not the most interesting of cities. Even the Free Walking Tour is rubbish (do not bother doing it if you go. Total waste of 3 hours). The city is ...
... and of course we all got involved, kicking anything that moved. Sometimes even the ball! It really was an amazing week in Rio and another highlight to add to the list which at this stage is longer than I am. The time had come for us to go our separate ways, Baz back to Oz, Emmet to Canada, Smurf and Tom to Bolivia and Peru but I'll see there ugly mugs again in a few weeks. I flew to Cali last Thursday. Colombia marks my last country before I return to Europe and the ...
After spending the day killing time in Quito, we had dinner with our new favourite friends and headed off to catch our night bus into Colombia. We had heard it wasn't particularly safe travelling by bus in Colombia at night because of risk of hijacking and armed robbery, so we were a bit apprehensive, but we'd decided it was probably safer than the alternative journey involving several local buses and a taxi. The journey was fine in the end - it took about 20 hours and the ...
... out dancing there, but that's the way it went. I still enjoyed a stroll downtown and wondered through the busy market streets and quiet neighborhoods. The one activity I was really glad I got to do was to go to the zoo, which is supposedly the biggest zoo in South America. It was a wonderful day filled with all sorts of monkeys, apes and other animals from all over the world. I even got to see some Tetra fish, just ...