Hotel Capilla del Mar
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- Minbar in room
- Continental Breakfast
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Airport Transportation
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... to Media Luna for the party and we had a great night. I have to say that Viraj and Vivek will definitely be 2 people we will keep in touch with in the future. They were great craic throughout and really bought into all our weird sense of humour. The five of us have been invited to Viraj’s wedding next year and we’ve been told that Indian weddings are something everyone should experience at least once ...
... 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.
... Brazil and Chile (I think). Cartagena is Colombia's leading oil exporting port and also exports platinum and coffee. Tourism is also a big source of income for them.
Margaret went on a tour of the city whilst Robert went for a walk around the cruise terminal and port. Margaret's tour included a photo-stop at the Fortress of San Felipe, a walking tour of the old city and a drive through the new city. The ...
... under the stars, and the rain, and the wind. Even that was preferable to the my boiling hot coffin. I wasn't the only one that couldn't sleep. Spent an hour chatting football with one of the Swiss as the boat, which was running on both sail and motor ploughed through waves listing slightly to the port side. The worst bed in the cabin had nothing to stop you falling out.
The next morning just as our skinny Italian cook had managed to ...
... something that we just don’t have to worry about in the States or the UK, but here you can get watered down gas at a big station. Crazy. So we paid to get it fixed there too, and then headed off again, only to have the same thing happen about ten minutes down the road again.
Since we were so far behind schedule, they decided that they wanted to just keep heading toward Cartagena and Baru instead of stopping again to have it looked at. ...