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I noticed quite a huge number of juice stalls by the roads and plazas. These heaven-sent street vendors set up tables and have blenders ready for your order to quench your thirst in this hot humid Caribbean weather.
Well, one thing is... I notice that people here use a lot of ice in their drinks.
I am sure many travellers have read about warnings on taking ice or water of unknown sources in their drinks
But to fuss about water and ice, is like to forget about ever having a drink here.
As the weather is so hot, many drink sellers sell lovely iced lemonade along the streets. Vendors even climb on board the local buses with plastic cups and a jug of cool, icy orange-juice.
Just trust, I supposed.
Written Oct 18, 2007
The restaurants catering to the locals serve a comida corriente. This is a set menu usually consisting of a soup with meat, and a main of salad, rice, beans and either meat, fish or chicken. A soft drink will usually acompany the meal. These meals will normally run to about 2,000 pesos and can be bought throughout Colombia. (USD 1.00 = 2,800 pesos)
Favorite Dish: The fish (snapper) is delicious.
Written Jan 22, 2003