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... We arrive at Volcan de Totumo refreshed after a bit of shut eye on the bus and are prepped for our tour. It's nowhere near the size of the previous volcanos we have conquered and is only about 30m high and overlooks a massive lake. Another difference to the other volcanoes, is that this one is filled with a mud bath on the inside, which is believed to have 'special healing powers'. Suits me as my knee is niggly after this mornings run but I'm not holding ...
... I liked that as well. The only downer, and it was a big one, was that Randi and Matt were given a room right next to the breakfast nook that didn´t have a lot of natural light. The décor was really neat with swords and other swashbuckling decorations, but it was probably pretty noisy in the morning. I felt bad since they were paying the same price as us and our room was so much better. Luckily, the last night we were in Cartagena, they were moved to a ...
... piece of art we will proudly display on our wall at home to remind us of this great experience. From there we took a taxi back to the hotel where we had our welcome drink that was now a farewell drink and relaxed by the pool for a bit. We needed to clean up and get ready to go but there was no room available to do so. We used the spa showers to refresh for the trip home and then took a taxi to the airport. Flying Lan airlines was good and we checked our bags and ...
... the travel agent didn't speak great English and we certainly don't speak great Spanish! I spent most of the time laughing at Mark trying to ask her questions that she couldn't understand. I'm sure we were the most difficult and the most entertaining part of her day! Our bike tour started at 1030. We met our new friend Richard from the UK there. He was staying at our hostel and we'd had a few drinks together the night before and played some guitar. We figured the bike tour ...
We woke up without much plan or direction apart from watching the Colombian game. It was a good job as it was an event in itself. Our whole Calle Media Luna (where our hostel was located) was like a fairground, a sea of yellow shirts. The clubs were turned into spaces to watch the match, and we went into one to watch, it was so loud, we felt like our ears would burst. There was great atmosphere, but it was just too loud. We left the air con club at half time, and went ...