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... into the old town to try and find
some souvenirs without success although we did manage to find a large
supermarket to get a thank you card for our tour leader. We went to a very
classy seafood restaurant for our last night together and there was a live band
playing. The meal was disappointing especially as this was the most expensive
meal we have had in Colombia.
... soaked history about prideful kings and popes vying - when not colluding - to keep the rabble in line by yoking the mind of man to idols and devils throughout almost twenty centuries of darkness, intolerance, division, persecution, cruelty and violence. To this day most so-called Christians profess an ideology that they do anything but practice, expecting to somehow reap peace and love by sowing fear and hatred, making the "Truth" as revealed by a man ...
... satellite TV. Because none of them had heard of rugby, they decided I was stupid and didn't mean that and gave all sorts of irreleveant advice. In the end, I just asked a taxi driver to take me somewhere that had directv (satellite service that i knew showed rugby games). He took me to an obscure subburb and dropped me outside a directv sales room. I asked around at the cafes nearby but they had nothing so I was forced to sit in the salesroom and watch it on their front of house demo tv ...
... a departure tax that applies to some travellers (although most tourists get an exemption). But EVERYONE has to line up to get a slip. This, as you might expect, creates a really long line! Pretty much everywhere else has figured out you just use the airlines to collect taxes as part of the ticket -- much more efficient! Then, during check-in at Air Canada, someone checks your passport (ok), and writes down everyone's name and ...
... there are people who live here that wear long sleeves and pants!
Today we walked to a defense fort. It was used by army troops from Cartagena to protect the city. The fort was built near the ocean so no ships could come in and attack. There are also complicated tunnels inside so ...