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... and Robinson was the auctioneer. Everyone joined in with trying to obtain the items they wanted. At times, it was apparent that some were trying to make the price go higher, but it was done all in fun and everyone had a great time.
We had dinner, and after there were Bible Games. We had Bible Games at Summer Camp, and everyone was very energetic and enthusiastic about getting points. ...
... and generally mindlessly roam the jumble of streets which made uo the old town, just to see where id end up.ñ Impossible to navigate well but fun to stroll around and admire.
Brief trip into Hard Rock cafe to avoid freak downpour as well, so thats ticked off the list. Overpriced beer, which i guess is international, and very small miniskirts for the waitresses, which I guess is typically colombian. Did not linger
North is well connected, so ...
... it out for a spot of lunch and some quick flip flop browsing (I finished empty handed) but mostly was happy to sit, swim and have a quick Skype for some Oscar Time! The evening destination was Cartagena so I jumped on my bus at 3.30pm and then set off on the next phase of my Caribbean adventure. I arrived in Cartagena in the early evening and met a few of the guys I know from Taganga. Wednesday night is the renowned party night in Media Luna hostel so we went along to see what it was ...
... they kicked us out at 3 aza kicked on with the Irish guys closer to home but brad, Ty, Maria and I took a cab to a supposedly awesome club on the other side of town. Upon arrival we could see it was dead but had a cheeky last beer anyway. We woke up motivated the next morning, it was our last day in Medellin and we planned to make it count. We grabbed a juicy steak at the local Irish bar and then headed to the the highly recommended interactive museum, parque explora, in ...
... One night we took a horse drawn carriage ride. I know it sounds incredibly cheesy, especially if you are from Chicago and see all the tourists doing this on the Chicago streets, but we really enjoyed it. A lot of people do it because it's a great way to get a little tour of the city at night. We of course grabbed a bottle of wine to make it a little more fun.
One day we visited Castillo de San Felipe de Barajas, one of the strongest fortresses ever built by ...
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