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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... before going left again and tracking the wall around the town. It's unbelievably busy for such an early time but we realise it's a lot busier than yesterday as its now Monday morning. There are cars, buses and bikes fighting for road room and people everywhere either waiting for taxis, work or buses. It was pretty crazy and reminded me of Ho Chi Minh City where it was just crazy everywhere you looked. But we kick on and cruise around the outer wall swapping ...
School all day, followed by beers and homework club in poshest house I´ve ever been in. The swimming pool is in the middle of the house!! So, this chick in my class is retired professional badminton player from Scotland although, she´s only 27! She was about 20th in the world and played at the Commonwealth games; her achievements are pretty ...
... my dorritos but I've never had a chance to appreciate this boogie before. Music blares, booties shake and feet are slicker than Ronaldo in the box. Bodies were flying about like a Michael Bay flick yet no one impedes one another in the cramped space. It is such a spectacle and the whole process is as gallant and respectful from the males as it is entrapping from the femmes. I struck out with the hottest person ever to talk or with me due to either my staggeringly ...
... a number of old cathedrals and plenty of police and army personnel on every street. Colombia has been working hard to improve their global image for tourism. In comparison to my time walking the streets in Nicaragua I felt pretty comfortable and safe. In the past the attention from the men has been overwhelming, unnerving and annoying! There's the odd cat-call or kissy-sound here and there but not much. That might also have something to do with traveling with a man ...
Ruby: Finally, after nearly a year of travelling, we present you with our last blog. Please - save your tears (the two of you who still read this). We have decided to make this instalment a bumper World Cup special, because although we visited both Ecuador and Colombia at the end of our trip, all culture went out of the window and we pretty much just watched football for the whole time. Colin wanted to fulfil a lifelong ambition of seeing every game, and ...