Casa del Tejadillo
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... creepy torture instruments which were on display. There was also some beheading and hanging devices out the back. I believe the museum was housed in an old a court which was used for the inquisition.
We walked down to the seaside wall which had fortifications and cannons placed all around the perimeter. There was a guy who came up to us and said "hello, welcome to my city". It was nice but it was lucky we didn't blow him off quickly as you get pretty used ...
... one of the oldest towns in Colombia. There was a wedding at the big, grand church in the central square, and there were a lot of people dressed up and ready to celebrate. I stayed in La Espanola Hotel Boutique; another great place with good service and lovely rooms. Although in a naturally very dry area the town is suffering from a prolonged drought (hasn’t rained there in almost 4 ...
... the status of the situation. Now, at least I think someone is searching out the situation.
It is a very difficult situation because the bags are somewhere between two countries and between two different airlines. So each person points the finger at the other person saying, "It's your fault."
That took three hours. Now, it is lunch time. We went to lunch in the hotel restaurant as we don't feel like walking in the hot sun in ...
... street vendor. Yes, yes, yes. We order one each..only a dollar each. They were absolutely fabulous! It's a fried corn/potato cake, crispy on the outside, soft and chewy on the inside. After it's cooked, they split it open and butter it and stuff it with grated cheese. Looked great the other day.satisfied we decide to head off for home. Walking down a random narrow road I spot a local grocery store. This is the perfect spot to get some hot sauce ...
... too hot and we head back to our air conditioned room until around 4:00 when the sun begins to soften it's brutal grip.
Evenings are magical. Plazas and streets everywhere overfill with people. I wrote this of our first Friday in Cartagena:
We stepped outside our door tonight to find hundreds of people walking the streets, hanging out in the plaza, grabbing snacks from street vendors, visiting with friends... They're everywhere. ...