UrbanRoyal Calle 93B
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- Continental Breakfast
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... which is to exchange handfuls of coca.
Kogi men and women alike have simple modes of dress. The women pick, card, and spin wool and cotton while men do the weaving of the cloth. Clothing for men consists of a tunic and simple pants tied with a stringat the waist. Clothing for women consists of a single length of cloth wrapped around their bodies as a dress. The Kogi all wear only pure white clothing. They say that white represents the Great ...
... seeing tourists represents the progress their country has made in the last years. Of course I watched out a bit, but I did not feel unsafe at all.
What was also interesting to see in Medellin was the number of women who had done plastic surgery. I had never seen so many fake boobs and buds!!
On Wednesday the 2nd of April I travelled to Guatapé, a small touristy town with many coloured houses at an artificial lake. There is a big rock (el peñon) next to the town which you ...
A few years ago, when I was living in Frankfurt and had been in Germany about a year, Colombia called via social media for a mass demonstration agains the Colombian guerrilla "Farc". I recall I left work early that day, and at 6pm, noontime in Colombia, was at the demonstration with many Colombians, protesting peacefully agains terrorism, kidnappings and the Farc.
Those images came back to me today at ...
... us were like a magnet for the ticket touts (can't think why) but we asked a woman in the queue for the ticket office how much the tickets should be and she told us the correct price (30000 not 40000) and which stand was best. She even caught up with us at the final turnstiles and gave us plastic ponchos she'd bought us in case it rained. This just confirmed what we already knew - Colombians are very friendly, generous people. The match started at ...
... be back in Bogota on the 6th to head to Peru on the 7th so we decided to spend three nights in Salento.
While visiting the coffee plantation I was stung by some angry insect on the foot. Not thinking too much of it at the time, the bite had time to manifest and swell into an abomination on my foot. This unfortunately put me out ...