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... longest, because one guy in our group was a rasta from Chile and he wouldn't have let us to a quick one ;)
Gotta say, turned out to be the best decision we made. We were guided by a local rastaman with the name stoneman. He knew the people that lived in the area and we were generally accepted with a lot of curiosity. I believe not a lot of tourists wonder about in the area and they are just ...
... br> Finally met up with the other two travelling with me Richard and Sandeene, headed to immigration and headed upstairs waiting to board.
I called mom one last time when i was on the plane, she kept telling me how much she loves me, she even said "even though it seems i dont care about u today but i love you more than i love my self" awwwwwwwwwww right??? hahah it was touching but for those who thought i wud cry, i didnt.
Off to MIA
... we joined thousands of Colombians on their Sunday morning activity of climbing 1500
steps to the top of the Montserrate hill. Having recently arrived from sea level to a local altitude of 8000ft this was quite workout and both lungs and heart felt in need of a rest at the top (not to mention the legs). It's always interesting to see the local people in weekend relaxation mode, this was no exception.
The following day we went out to a little town, ...
... called Naz, she was 29 and from Rochdale near Manchester. We got chatting and had a few drinks. Before I knew it, it was 0200, the bar had closed a while back and we had been up all evening chatting. When I got back to the room poor Ericka was beside herself! She had been worrying and was trying to call me on my mobile (my phone was in the room) oooops!
Anyway I got to bed and slept like a lamb for the first time here and did not wake until 0800 :0). The gym did not see me that ...
... white dog who followed us all the way down. The walk down was sooooo much better and easier than going up. We were really lucky as we saw a rare bird called a Crested Quail Dove. Patty told us that he has people who make the trek just in hope of seeing this bird and that often they don’t see it. The bird is shaped like a dove with a big bulging chest but is about twice to three times the size. We all saw it at the end of the path, for about 3 seconds, before ...
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