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... the hostel we showered and started cooking. It was a simple creamy pasta with ham and tons of fresh vegetables, exactly what I felt like. It was our one week anniversary as friends, so we felt it was an appropriate first date. A bit of Flor de Caña rum from Central America was the perfect night cap to a relaxing last day in Cartagena. Later in the evening met up with a few friends that I'd met weeks back in San Juan, Nicaragua. They had just arrived from their own San Blas ...
No photos to accompany this entry because this hostel is precious about my plugging in USB and cameras to it. Which is a little pants. Not going to do any harm is it? Also it's some kind of funsize, novelty laptop which means my typing may be even worse than in Bogotá.
Anyway, having arrived in Cartagena via a delayed flight with some cowboy airline Harry stepped of the flight to be hit by a wall of heat. Beautiful after ...
... we could eat—a regular bolognaise sauce, and other creamy chicken sauce. I chose the chicken sauce and it was good enough to go back for seconds. We ate and chatted and about 8:30 we decided that we were all tired and needed to relax and unwind.
I returned to the room and read and did nothing else. I needed that.
We had a good night of rest. Scott feels like he has a cold. I am trying to stay away from him in order ...
... Not desperately hot, bur oh so sweaty.
Fortunately the various emails I'd sent from Heathrow to the hotel in Cartagena had been picked up as I kept them updated with my changed travel plans. A guy came looking for me and found me in the lost baggage room at the airport when I didn't appear at the arrivals place. 6 hours behind UK and Europe time so about 8pm local time now - dark so couldn't see much on the way to the hotel - did see the sea though so know it's ...
... however, it wasn't until 1821 that the city was finally taken by patriots and fighting stopped. The city remained relatively stable for a century and then petroleum was discovered and a pipeline was built in 1926. Currently, the city is a leading exporter of oil, platinum, and coffee. Due to its location and climate Cartagena is a popular vacation area. After a nice sunrise we cruised into the port of Cartagena. Typical of most ports there were many container ships. The ...