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... cocaine. He even had a whole bunch of recommendation cards that his past clients had left. He eventually got the message and left. Lunch was amazing a whole fried fish (perfectly cooked) plantains, coconut rice and salad. I came back to the hostel showered, had a nana nap and relaxed for a while updating a few entries in my blog. I went out for dinner again with Enrique and Mark. We found a small place that was recommended on trip advisor. It was barely big enough ...
I had a brilliant time diving in Taganga today! I got up early and walked down to the dive shop in Santa Marta. There was one other diver coming with me today to do his first open water dive, so we got a taxi from Santa Marta to the dive shop in Taganga. We met all the staff including my dive master for the day, Camila. All 15 of us hopped into the boat and we headed off toward Tayrona Parque. It was only about a 15 minute ride ...
Cartagena is a very hot beautiful old colonial city but once you've seen you've seen it really.
There are nearby pretty beaches to visit by boat, Playa Blanca and the Rosario Islands which I intend to do but because the German girls who I met in San Agustin were in Taganga I pretty much just walked the city and had a night out with a ...
... to walk around and visit some shops, eat street food or just sit on the old city walls and have a drink. We met up with some friends we made in Panama who were from Germany too and had a great evening with them. We also spent a couple of nights at a small plaza where all the local people hang out before they go to parties, forgot the name, but it was very close to our ...
... we need to keep all the concepts we learned in the forefront of our minds continually as we focus on our future goal of God's Kingdom.
After Compass Check, 20 of the 25 campers took the opportunity to give a 2-3 minute speech about, "What will I do with what I learned when camp ends?" This is a good opportunity for us as the staff to see and hear what the campers actually learned during camp. It helps us to see if we were effective in our ...