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With its cobbled alleys, enormous balconies shrouded in bougainvillea and massive churches casting their shadows across leafy plazas, Cartagena de Indias is the most beautiful city in Colombia. Founded in 1533, it was the main Spanish port on the Caribbean coast and the gateway to the north of the continent. Treasure plundered from the indigenous people was stored here ...
... out), but at the end of my dive the red filter broke. It fell off my camera but luckily I noticed and was able to go down to the bottom and get it. It just meant that I had to use my camera without the filter for the next dive.
We finished our first dive and then took the boat over to a little beach on the coast of Tayrona Parque to have some lunch. They brought little sandwiched and cookies for each of us, ...
... we only stayed until 3:30 PM. We returned to camp, and 17 campers went to the pool for an hour. They played pool volleyball again. This is a good game to play as any age can play and any number of people can participate.
After showers, we sat down for dinner. When they brought out the first plates, it was pizza with ham. I quickly asked the kitchen if all the pizza had ham, and informed them that none of us could have ham. All the pizza had ham. ...
... have a place to stay if ever your travels bring you this way.
The 2 years we spent in Santiago were even lovelier than we'd hoped. Having the coastline at our fingertips and the mountains not too far made it spectacular. Our daily life only enhanced with Chile’s nature, their food and of course the spice of their people (both native and foreign).
... 1938. The Parkway is also designated a National Scenic Byway and All-American Road -- a two lane road that winds among trees on either side. I stayed in an RV park just around the corner from the Visitor Center.
The roads in MS are fairly flat and straight (good for cruise control) with a mixture of pine and deciduous trees lining the roadway. Leaves were giving a last gasp of color (mostly brown).
I left Tupelo ...