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- Continental Breakfast
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I think flight time from Quito to Cartagena would be less than 4 hours as the condor flies. But we had the tourist special. But first the taxi ride to the airport. It's people tell stories about the taxi rides from hell where they thought they would die. Our taxi driver was the slowest driver in the world. With clear roads early Sunday AM. He …
... time in the village!! The hostel was 20 minutes up the hill and certain parts were so steep, I was sure I would fall off. I was told to put my arms around his waist as we got to the steepest parts with broken road. I didn't have time to question it - this was survival!! We eventually got to the hostel where I was greeted with a warm dinner and a cosy bed in a hut. The next stay I would start work at 7am and I conked out early to be ready for the next chapter in my trip!
... churches and balconies with little squares of palm trees and bougainvillea. Cartagena is an island (I think, I may have that wrong though), and the town is surrounded by old walls looking out to the Caribbean Sea with pelicans diving. We are here for 3 days if we survive the humidity. If you're wondering why I only have a picture of the fruit ladies backsides, it's because I thought it would be a bit like an American taking a photo of a Beefeater in London so snobbishly decided against ...
... lobby so that we could take her to dinner. We dropped our bag with gifts at her office before dinner. I had pre-arranged this drop off and storage before our trip, so it was not a surprise to her.
We took a taxi to the Pantagonia Restaurant, but since the Feast, it has changed names. It is still the same restaurant, and the same owner, but now it is called Marzola Parrilla Argentian. Each of us had the ½ sirloin (7 oz.) which came ...
There have been a lot of animal encounters so far, but the most surprising was discovering iguanas in the park. I was waiting for our second Spanish lesson when I saw a massive lizard-like creature munching on some vegetables that had been left on the grass (presumably for them to feed on). Then I saw another, and then another, and they were big! And comical as I watched one run off with a tomato. Then I counted at least 7, and discovered that iguanas can both climb trees and ...