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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... delivered to our room again since we were going onshore. This time we couldn't enjoy it on the balcony as it was so hot, even at that time. I looked down at the other balconies and caught sight of a granny in her bikini who noticed me and ran back inside. She didn't have to though, as she was a sexy granny.
Originally we'd planned to wait for the other guys from last night, but since Ted and I were keen to go out exploring, we called them to let them ...
... said they did. Because we had to wait around for about an hour as someone went to and from the store a half dozen times buying the wrong things. And then only buying one net. The Mosquitos are a bit of an issue. I have a dozen bites on my legs and feet and I don't remember getting them. They are sneaky little buggers and they don't seem to care if you have repellent with deet on or not. And man are they itchy!! Today also marked the day I had start taking my ...
And so, speaking of blog writing, I talked to Luke about it a couple of times. In Minca, as I destroyed the monstrous (as in monstrosity) Mexican Burger, Luke told me that he had read some of my blog posts. My first reaction was to feel weird about it, since I had written about him. He told me how hilarious the line about his chest hair was, and that he liked the pictures.
We got to talking about a friend he had traveled with in Asia. This friend kept ...
... in mind we had barely stepped through the door. She pointed to the dodgy wiring and the air con leaking onto the electricity wires. I guess she was right. It gets worse. That day our meals had consisted of bread, bread and you guessed it more bread. It was the easiest and most convenient food for travelling. So for dinner, instead of venturing out 200ft to the nearest restaurant we decided to treat ourself to... You guessed it more bread. The next ...
... character and charm. We were two seconds walk away from plaza Trinidad, which is full of Colombians catching up and drinking in the evenings. There were some great restaurants and bars around there too, where we enjoyed lots of nice meals and drinks - once accompanied by a full celebration in the square (complete with live music and fireworks) in celebration of Simon Bolivar, who was responsible for Colombia's independence - and of many other South American ...