Apartotel Eslait

Carrera 53 N 72-27 , Barranquilla, Colombia | 3 star hotel
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Travel Blogs from Barranquilla

Days 158 - 160: Barranquilla, Colombia

A travel blog entry by tksa on Mar 05, 2014

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... had got us off our feet and we found ourselves in the middle of the road dancing with all the performers! Later on in the afternoon the family even invited us up to their apartment overlooking the parade. We couldn't have asked for a better view. We sipped the grandfather's whisky and ate their food whilst desperately trying to understand what they were saying to us. The highlight of the day was when Kelly complemented one of the heels one of ...

Cooking Lesson #1

A travel blog entry by irgonetraveling on Feb 02, 2014

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... lunch starts with a light soup, then meat or fish of some sort, usually potatoes, but also rice or beans; include a fried banana or plantain to the meal....... add to that, arepas and salad.

Not as on the coast as one might think

A travel blog entry by emiliaarn on Jul 19, 2013

... are yours to eat. I did not have the luck of finding one but I am informed they are the best you will ever eat.

Indepenmdence Celebrations took place whilst I was here so was good fun to go to the plaza where there was just row upon row of plastic chairs and watch the concert. Mainly disturbed by the dresses and ...


A travel blog entry by loganve90 on Feb 07, 2013

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... westerners. While being obvious gringos carries some risk, the benefits are worth it. Parades become interactive events, much more fun as I'm not a fan of spectating. Ironically the dancers would ask to take pictures of us rather than vise versa. Instead of walking along the sidelines to get from A to B we just hopped right in the street and danced to our destination with the elaborately clad locals. At times we were even mobbed ...

Guess thats why they call it ´´travelling´´ Part 2

A travel blog entry by stuartlaing on Feb 15, 2012

The journey from Manaus to Cartagena took us 74 hours. It consisted of 6 buses and a metro.

The first bus being a 12 hour one from Manaus to Boa Vista. We left at 8pm on Sunday and arrived at 6.30am on Monday. Still in Brazil, we arrived ahead of schedule and soon found a bus to the next place. Not that it was a place we had previously thought we would need to go to but we did anyway, Puerto la Cruz in Northern Venezuela. We were told this bus would take 23 ...


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