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... the town, awesome architecture and colonial designed buildings and so much to do. Definitely going to miss it. A quick nap to start to the trip until we reach some heavy traffic slowing the trip and hearing the continuous noise of horns honking and the driver quickly accelerating and braking suddenly. We glance up and see we are in Barranquilla, and today was the first day of the four day Carnaval weekend. So as expected, it's crazy busy, we see a line to get into the supermarket ...
... over at Bocagrande so we got a taxi. Rain had only been fallin for about 30 minutes but already the roads were like rivers, people struggling to get through the massive puddles on motorbikes. Colombian cinema seems to be around a year behind the cinemas back home so all the films were old ones that none of us wanted to see. Gustaf and sam wanted a massage, not the thai type that have a happy ending just a normal one. The juice bar from yesterday was near by so we ...
... I shouldn"t travel Colombia on my own....slightly late advice! I made friends as soon as I entered my hostel room which was a good start and first thing was first....sample a Colombian beer, which was great and very needed!
Cartagena lives up to its Lonely Planet name as the "gem of Colombia". Every street is picture postcard worthy! It was so hot though! I was nice and sweaty within ...
... color names, I don't know the difference. They have a long bean like pod that drops off and makes new shoots or trees. They also have long runners (branch) that grow and droop down, and then they root into the ground. A runner will grow about 10 feet in one month.
After going through two mangrove tunnels, we docked at a archaeological area. They had about ten collections of statues and pots and other ceramic items that ...
Our tour of Cartagena Columbia although it was a big port and the architecture was very colorful, there were lots of people trying to sell you everything from beads to T shirts to sunglasses to coffee. The weather was extremely hot & we weren't overly impressed with our guide. He kept saying the same thing twice which was quite annoying & Mark wasn't feeling the best so were were glad to get back to the ship. At day at sea then we ...