Hotel Capilla del Mar
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... Geo Washington , hence his farm was named Mt Vernon) faced off against a notorious Spanish warrior named Don Blas de Lazo. The American came with over 200 English ships filled with 2500 soldiers. The Spaniard held his ground in Castillo de San Felipe. Don Blas de Lazo had been in battle before. In three previous battles he had lost one arm, one leg, and one eye, each in separate conflicts. The defenses held the armada outside the bay for weeks, the ...
... Again my hand turned a little purple, but that’s okay. The flight to Cartagena was a little longer, but we did not mind due to having window seats. We did not at first, but a man noticed us trying to look out the window and was kind enough to switch with us. When Cartagena first came into sight, our bodies filled with excitement. When we finally touched down on Cartagena soil our excitement grew even more. The ocean, the city, children playing soccer, what people think ...
... as the building was empty and boarded up. We had been scammed by some charlatan*. We thought our good luck and smooth sailing through the continent would have to end some time, it was just annoying that it happened when the end was so nigh. Our taxi driver was helpful and took us to a hotel - it was **** and expensive but it had a bed and a Twilight marathon was on the telly, and that was how we spent our last night in South America. This blip hasn't put a dampener on my ...
... the crater you had to navigate down a rickety wooden ladder where 3 men were ready to massage you with the mud - yep, we thought exactly the same thing when we saw the people go infront of us, why would we pay men to rub mud over us(?), but it seemed the done thing so we just went with it. It was such a weird sensation as there is no bottom to the volcano and the mud is so thick you just kind of float. In fact you have to be really careful ...
... up to the buffet restaurant for lunch and then headed down to the beach for the afternoon.
Melissa and some of the others wanted to take a nap on the beach, but since I can’t fall asleep when I try to nap, I decided it would be a good time to work on some of my blog pictures and whatnot. I sat in the bar and worked on my computer for a bit and tried to think of any other place in ...