Hotel Villa Tournon
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- Free High-Speed Internet
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- Swimming pool
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... br style="line-height: 15.8599996566772px;">From Medellin, we made our way to Bogotá to spend a few days enjoying the city, cycling around and sampling a bit of the night life. Something we couldn't miss was Andrés Carne de Res (or Andres D.C.). Most people who have been to Bogotá seem to have visited this institution which epitomises everything great about Colombia - amazing food, drink, music and people. More than a restaurant, club, and bar put ...
... and large leaps down to lower levels. Such fun! The boys went for a swim when we reached the lagoon, but it was a bit chilly, so Rachel and I kept our clothes on and snacked on the side. Some fellow hikers gave us some pineapple before they went on their way - such friendly locals in Costa Rica! We chatted with the boys for some time swapping stories and just generally being muppets before heading back to the car. Got nice and dirty scrambling back up the ropes to the peak - ...
So after Granada we travelled to Ometepe Island which is an island formed by two volcanoes and is the largest volcanic island inside a fresh water lake in the world. True fact. Our hotel there was away from the main tourist trail but was absolutely stunning. I had a private cabana just off the beach, complete with veranda with a hammock and rocking chairs. The beach was almost deserted and was lovely, and the lake is so big that it actually ...
... a couple of fender amps, two electic guitars, headphones, and two $1000 microphones. Meanwhile, chef Mark pulls a trumpet and harmonica out if his Mary Poppins kitchen. We suddenly had all the ingredients, and alcohol, for a very entertaining evening indeed. My confidence lubricated by booze, I pounded out some acoustic pearl jam with John on his gorgeous Martin guitar, the beat of breaking surf our backdrop. Our crew headed out onto the sand for star ...
... unsettlement or fear, nor a huge sense of excitement even. I felt complacent (if that makes any sense). By the second week, I've already established a daily routine. I'm a person who likes routine. I guess I find comfort in it, which is strange since I like to change my address so much. I know that seems sort of contradictory, but I can't really explain myself sometimes. Everyday I wake up at 6am, quickly get dressed ...