Casa Del Tejadillo
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... picking up and we knew we were in for a warm day ahead. We finish off the routine with some sit ups and push ups, have a quick shower to wash the sweat off and then over to get our morning pancakes and coffee. We grabbed fruit yesterday from the supermarket, so Leesh chopped up apples, pears and bananas. Great start to the day. We throw the joggers back on and make the walk over to the Castillo San Felipe de Barajas to check the fortress out. Did some ...
... all in all, I think itīs safe to say I liked the flight about a million times better than the catamaran.
We arrived back in San Andres with a good four hours until our next plane to Cartagena was due to take off. Randi had read that we could rent a mule (a type of Kawasaki jeep that we rented in Providencia) and drive around the island to see the sights of San Andres in about 2 hours. Perfect! Although the water held the same shades of beautiful blue ...
... I decided that teaching the girls `resting ***** face` would be the only way to fend off the pervs...it didnīt but, I had fun teaching the girls. It is pretty crazy though, cars will stop in the middle of the road, roll down their windows and stop traffic just to have a perv, very strange.
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... I got back to the hotel, I got a knife and plate and tried them out. Turns out I had bought: - tomate de arbol (or tamarillo). A red fruit, with a slightly hard tomato texture, in a chilli shape. Usually used for making juice. Was ok. - a lulo (or naranjilla). Round, orange, tangerine sized. I thought it was perhaps a persimmon. I was very wrong! Full of seeds, like a tomato. But bitter. I quite liked it! - a yellow pitaya. When I picked it up, I thought it might have ...
... year's worth and further depletion of funds sent a good mate Don over to really get things going. Soon a little Spain was blossoming with all sorts of buildings and a church just like home springing up. Pic 2 & 3. Unfortunately, even without Facebook, word got around surprisingly quickly about this little lucrative enterprise and pirates especially the Brits and French, began to make this a regular stop. It all got too much for Spain after the greatest pirate ...