Bantu Hotel & Lifestyle
No availability found through our partners. Please contact the business directly or check some of our recommended alternatives.
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Minbar in room
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
Photos of Bantu Hotel & Lifestyle
TripAdvisor Reviews Bantu Hotel & Lifestyle Cartagena
Travel Blogs from Cartagena
... d left early. I was pretty nervous about today since we were trying to do our own thing, and I would need to use my Spanish. After disembarking the ship, we saw a sign for a transfer. The other passengers said it was a free transfer to the city, which I assumed meant we wouldn't have to pay a taxi fare, right? Wrong! It was a shuttle to the end of the pier which we could've walked in five minutes! The entrance to the harbour was something different though as it was also ...
... diary of sorts, and Luke would occasionally read that when he got bored. To describe it somewhat indirectly... Luke, one night, asked if he could borrow the guy's diary.
"I can't seem to fall asleep."
Apparently this friend had the driest writing style imaginable. It was more of a list of events than anything. Luke told me that he thought that type of writing was a waste. What makes a story interesting is ...
... woke up to gleaming sunshine of course and decided to take a stroll around the old city which was beautiful and had a lot of charm. All the buildings were gorgeous and of all different bright colours (even better than Tobermory, I know, is that even possible?). It has quite a metropolitan feel with lots of bars, restaurants, cafés around the place. Whilst meandering through the cobbled streets and the walls we came across one of the best ...
... fears the evolution of the very creatures he made after his image and likeness. Judaism, Christianity and Islam all share this creation myth, and almost one half of the world professes one of these three faiths. What has been the effect on the human psyche, and the world it projects, judging this myth - and countless others - in terms of the literal, misleading and childish interpretations we've subjected our minds to and perpetuated for thousands of ...
... the beauty of the place. It was true, the sand was powder white and the water a lazy turquoise blue. And somewhere behind all the knock-about beach shacks was just jungle.
We had planned to stay here, prepared to do without electricity and running water for a night or two, and so we trudged up to some of the shacks offering cabanas and asked a few questions. The other options here would be camping, either BYO tent or rent one; or hammocks. Sleep in a hammock, with an ...