Bantu Hotel & Lifestyle
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Our South American journey has begun with our first stop being Cartagena in Northern Columbia. Cartagena centre of town is walled and has a very colonial look to its buildings, which are beautiful. It was very tidy and well kept, quite a contrast to Havana, which we noticed quickly. However this part of Cartagena is mostly touristy, outside the walls you get a better feel for Columbia with street vendors, street art and mad traffic! We ...
... a considerable amount of water on the floor, so we didn't stay long. It didn't smell like a sewer, but it could have been 500 years ago, but either way I wasn't going walking in the water in a pitch black tunnel underground.
We escaped the tunnels, complained of back pain, and chilled out on top of the castle. I kept thinking about what it would be like a pirate ship from the 1500s to sail up to modern Cartagena. At Cafe del Mar, where cannons and flares would ...
It was a real early start to get to Cartagena, we had to be up and ready by 5.30 am. We had a private transfer to Medellin Airport, which is about 45 min drive away, without traffic. It took some time to check in with Avianca, but that didn't matter as to plane was delayed, again! We eventually took off an hour late at 8.15, and landed to a sunny, humid Cartagena at 9.30 am. It was only a short ride to the Hotel Colonial Villa, located in the Getsemani area of the ...
... and from nature He has been transformed into a commodity, experiences his life forces as an investment which must bring him the maximum profit obtainable under existing market conditions. Human relations are essentially those of alienated automatons, each basing his security on staying close to the herd, and not being different in thought, feeling or action. While everybody remains utterly alone, pervaded by the deep sense of insecurity, anxiety and ...
... dog, provided free-of-charge. Cabanas was more our style, which in hindsight, is not really our style at all. Regardless, we asked inspected a few shacks with sand floors, mosquito nets and little ventilation, until we found one at ‘Wizard’ which was slightly elevated, with more chance of a night-time breeze. It was basically a free standing treehouse, with a mattress and mosquito net. Seemed fine on first inspection. It was currently leased by some Argentine girls ...