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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
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... architecture I have ever seen. The city was once a pirate city and is also a huge port city. The old part of the city is walled, there is a huge cathedral in the centre as we walked in mass was starting so we stayed for the whole thing - if you believe that!
That night we braved beginning hostel life and thought it was time to go make some friends! We headed to the bar in out hostel and within ...
I got to see some of Cartagena today, and it is really nice. The old town here is much more beautiful than the old town in Santa Marta. I walked around the city for a few hours and got to see a lot of the sights including some old churches, nice squares, and a walk along the city walls. I even got to stop and have lunch at one of my favorite restaurants, Hard Rock Cafe. It was a really nice meal, but I feel like I’ve been ...
... game was going. Daniel had picked some fruit from a tree and I asked him to show me where the tree was. We picked a whole handful of Mamón to eat. They have a tough skin like avocados, but not as thick. You split the skin with your fingernail and it pops off. The flesh tastes sweet-tart and the center has a large pit. Delicious!
We had dinner scheduled for 6 PM, but because the day had been so busy at the camp, the kitchen was behind in ...
... of footy in the future ;). It really was so hot, around 36C but felt like 44C. We ducked into an AC cafe for veggie crepes. Said our goodbyes to Anne as she was heading out this evening, and took a siesta in our AC room!!! God bless AC We slept for a good two hours, then got up and headed to Cafe del Mar (not convinced it's affiliated with the Ibiza version) and watched the sunset with overpriced cocktails. The ...
... had to translate as I wasnt getting much of it. He told us how happy we´d made him that night, and how good we are together, we explained we werent married and he enquired why not, he´s nice, she´s lovely, you should be together.... so as a joke, we stagged a proposal scene, so somewhere in Cartagena a Colombian man has a photo of the moment I proposed to Suzie, after which with the power of his blue baseball cap he wed us on the street corner, sorry to my friends and family ...