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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... I actually have never lived in a part of town this touristy, so it is convenient but a little weird for me. (Historical side note, I am right next door to the Hilton where all of those Secret Service agents got busted with the hookers.) But it is fun, a little loud, and very busy. This is a huge building with 24 floors and…no hot water! The owner, (after I signed on the dotted line mind you) explained that ...
... and need as much food, red wine and water as possible as we are unsure of availability there besides the restaurants and eating three meals a day in restaurants really burns the wallet. Plus we are both quite low maintenance and enjoy easy meals over restaurant food for the most part. We hit the ATM, grab our supplies and head back to base before it gets dark. We laugh at the thought of the workers at both Jumbo and the hostel who may be thinking these guys do so ...
... rest of the plane. So I had a while to wait for my bags! After finding an ATM, I went in search of a taxi. As I have said many times before, I hate taxis. So was rather nervous. After explaining (in Spanish) where I wanted to go, I was given a really cheap price - cheaper than I was expecting - 10k COP (£3). Wow. It was a short 15 minute drive, along the carribean coastline. It wasn't a nice beach. Dirty looking sand and water, covered in litter, but groups of ...
... d left early. I was pretty nervous about today since we were trying to do our own thing, and I would need to use my Spanish. After disembarking the ship, we saw a sign for a transfer. The other passengers said it was a free transfer to the city, which I assumed meant we wouldn't have to pay a taxi fare, right? Wrong! It was a shuttle to the end of the pier which we could've walked in five minutes! The entrance to the harbour was something different though as it was also ...
... at that point! We made it home just fine; just wet and disheveled. After we showered and changed we found another restaurant in the walled city that Mark wanted to try called Dondé Magola. Very different from the night before! This one was like a Colombian fast food restaurant with prepared food and it was cheap but good. A stop at the grocery store for some snacks for our travel day in the morning and we were back at our hostel for some drinks. There's a whole ...