Hotel Capilla del Mar
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Travel Blogs from Cartagena
... no different. We divided up into two teams. We rolled a block to decide if we were to draw a picture, act out, or do "hang man" to get our team to guess the word or object or person from the Bible. The one that I had to draw with my left hand was "The dreams of Pharoah." I drew a stick man, then a pyramid, and then I drew a cow. I pointed to the man's head, and the cow, and they got it. We had a lot of ...
... a tedious journey to bus station and onwards I got piccked up at hostel and the idea was to be driven directly up coast to next stop. Would you like to be collected at 12 or 13? Oh, 12 please. Thankyou. Turns out I got picked up at 12, then spent the next hour sat in minibus in bus terminal waiting for other passengers to fill the seats. Ah South America.
Stayed in a hostel in Argentina called the Prisamate: rushing kills. Definitely a motto the colombians live by.
... The party was really great fun with live bands and people spilling out into the streets below so we had a really good night and enjoyed it thoroughly! The next morning I went to meet my favourite travelling family for coffee – the Bremners!!!! It was really great to see them and catch up on all of their stories since the Galapagos and hear about their next adventures too! In the afternoon I had a little shopping spree to replace my lost flip flops and then went for the craziest ...
... centre where we had an entertaining afternoon playing games, looking at tarantulas, anachondas and many other novelties. Once again I'd say Aaron's highlight was the culinary experience of the afternoon which was a fat gourmet hotdog. When we got back we joined our familiar friends for a few beers before heading back to the Irish bar for another steak and some red wine. By the time we got back to the hostel things were certainly well under way and it wasn't long before we ...
... The original fort was built in 1630 and additions were made over the years until the entire hill was taken up by the fort. There's a complex system of tunnels and tons of different areas to explore. At one point Joe and I lost each other in the fort!
I really think Cartagena should be on your bucket list of vacations; it's really something special. If you decide to go, let us know so we can give more recos!
Tara and Joe
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet