When in Colombia you can't escape the Pablo Escobar stories. To Colombians he's either the gift or the curse. Some people worship him, usually those who were given jobs and houses back in the day. The majority hates him, especially those who's relatives were lost in the drugwars in the 90's.
We stayed at a hostel near Medellin when we heard about the "Pablo Escobar Paintball". Apparently it's possible to play a game of paintball at one of Pablo Escobar's former houses. This house in particular was one of his favourite places, because his closest relatives including his mother and brother had houses in the area too. This place is off limits, but we managed to connect to the tour organisation trough our contact we'll call "Willy". We registered for the tour and were picked up by "Willy Jeeps". You know, those oldschool jeeps. Driving trough the countryside on the bumpy and curvy roads, you immediately feel like you're in an episode of Narcos.
This villa is at a very remote location and can only be reached by jeep or boat. We finally arrived at the house and that's where we got a tour of the house and the surrounding land. By now the group were going to play paintball at a field near the house, where some old cars and other obstacles could be seen. We don't fancy paintball that much, so we took time to explore the villa by ourselves. During the tour it was impossible to get a clean shot because of all the other group members trying to take selfies. We were really glad the entire group was going to play paintball, so we had an hour or so the enjoy the view.