Casa Del Tejadillo
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... was actually soap.... Hmmm. We watched the sun set beautifully over the sea on our final night, had a few beers and retreated to our hot, stuffy yet nice room in preparation for our early departure the following morning. Heading to a small place called Minca, with 2 connections en-route, we're under no illusion as to the hellish, long bus journey we'll most likely encounter. We will also have no internet for the next four days do will be in touch once we reach civilisation ...
... delay was a commercial one; big boat = potential for a **** load of clients = cram as many people in as humanly, though probably not legally, possible. When we finally set sail, a guy that I can only describe as the Latin Dave Benson Phillips began the onboard entertainment. He sang along to the music, encouraging others to join in (I didn't), he clapped his hands, encouraging others to join in (I didn't), he even beckoned everyone up to have a dance ...
It was really weird being on land after five days on the ocean, we still felt the movement of the boat for another day. First thing we noticed was, that Cartagena was so hot, but also very beautiful with many old buildings and a fortress. We stayed at a nice family run hostel and thank goodness had AC in our room. Cartagena itself is a very beautiful old colonial town and ...
... hot isn't ideal for wandering. We went back and had to rest up again before finding a place to watch the Colombia vs. Brazil game.
We were hoping to watch in some sort of plaza with a lot of people, but people told us all different directions of where to find it and we never did (and I'm not actually sure there was one central place; it seemed like everyone was watching in bars. So once again we were stuck wandering around ...
... to 12 to 22 hours of some of the campers. We checked into our hotel and got the same room we had before we left. We put our luggage in the room and went across the street to Piccolo's to have dinner. Courtney, Greg and I shared a pizza of half chicken, and half tomato and basil. Scott had a Ceasar Salad.
We returned to the hotel and went to bed shortly afterwards. It had been a long day. Camp ended successfully, and we were all happy about that.