Torre De Cali Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Minbar in room
- High-speed internet in room
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... spot where we were the only people in the hostel and it had beautiful, big, comfortable beds, a chill rooftop hammock area, and a kitchen. We bargained for 15,000pesos/night per person which was about 10,000 better than anywhere else we heard about over the next few days. When we arrived, Fernando immediately brought us food and then went out and found us MJ and beer. We stayed up for a while drinking all the beer an having good conversation and then passed ...
... in Colombia, I still hadn't been to an authentic salsa bar. We headed out across the street to a club that is supposedly a great place. It didn't disappoint. I was blown away by some of the dance moves. Unfortunately, I was really tired and it was crowded so I wasn't in the best mood to dance. Jan felt the same way so after we had a few beers we headed back to the hostel where I chatted with some Argentinians and then went to ...
... 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 ...
... 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 ...
... a country club. We were then invited to have a Cuba Libre with the street seller, making us feel like queens by pulling out his plastic chairs and demanding we be serenaded by a crackhead guitar player. We then got to know the street drinking community, including the extremely dramatic Hernan and his lovely little friend Carlos. The local pimp Rafael and his prostitutes were also very friendly. It was a lovely night of drinking, dancing salsa and eating ...