Bantu Hotel & Lifestyle
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... a local mall for a break from the heat then we went thru the streets of Cartagena which was very busy as it was 5:00 pm
and then we entered the old city walls again and parked ourselves in an open Piazza and had a beer and some appies. We were entertains by some local musicians that over chargred us for
4 songs but I dont mind tipping musicians more as we understand how hard it is to make a living being a steer musician.
... unlike Armenia, the hotel is in a good location, just near the old town and is nice, clean and reasonably quite. Chris has redeemed himself!! We skipped dinner, not wanting to venture out at night too much. Sadly, our diet since arriving back in Leticia, has consisted mostly of bread. Chris has consumed a record number of 9 bread rolls in the past 24hrs. Being white and a little sweet, we are certainly starting feeling the effects and are looking forward to some more ...
Another day of travel
3 hours on the boat back to Turbo.
Then on to a bus
But not the bus they were pushing me to get on
I waited, sat down had a beer, Meet two ladies who sorted me out a mini bus, to get me to Montia.
Then bus number Loria, then a bus to Catagena
Because it was dark by the time I arrived in Catagena I taxied to hotel.
Just one night in this hotel, because the WIFI keep cutting out, and the room is dark.
... is the old walled city, San Diego, which is remarkably like St Malo in France. We managed a short walk in the cooler evening, though even then we had to stop in an air conditioned cafe.
Tuesday 31st December
Hot Hot Hot.
We took a city tour on a bus. At least there was some breeze when the bus ...
5/4 Our second week working with the sloths
Erin, Mia, Kelly and Lauren finished their stays last week and new volunteers take their places.
Week two volunteers:
John from Portland and Sam from the UK arrived.
Beth from Wales
Stacey from Australia
Laura from UK