Hotel Capilla del Mar
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- Continental Breakfast
- Minbar in room
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... to the beach, as many tours stop at an island with an aquarium en route where you are forced to pay an admission. We were given tickets and told to be at the port for 9 the next morning. The following day we set off in search of Playa Blanca and were greeted by a chaotic scene at the port, where after some confusing conversations we were finally admitted past the turn styles, had our tickets exchanged for return tickets and told to wait in a large, heavily occupied ...
... Erin remembered we were flying through Panama. We found our flight on the departure board and located out gate. Now to locate my sister, who took a later flight but arrived an hour earlier than us. She was frantic, walking to and from the Int'l terminal looking for Copa. Once I got connected to the LAX Wi-Fi I called her and we got a quick snack and off to Panama. Panama City was a fairly small airport full of Duty Free stores. Searched hard to ...
Cartagena: Our last stop on our Colombian adventure and South American one for that! What a beautiful city it was, we were staying in a nice guesthouse within the old city walls. Everywhere was so expensive to stay in Cartagena so in the end we decided to spend out a bit more to escape the hostel life for 4 days. Instead we stayed in a double room with an ensuite, wide screen TV and own fridge. It was plush in comparison to an 8 bed dorm!
After only 30 hours we arrived at two o clock in the morning in Cartagena. With a last big breakfast in the stomach Victor would bring us on land. And some couldn't get there fast enough. Almost all of us went in the same hostel and we met one last time the same evening to have a beer and dance some "salsa" or however you wanna call that ...tourists ...
After 5 very bumpy hours in the back of the bus we safely arrived in Cartagena and found our way to the bus that goes to the city centre. The ride in is long and hot and again cost us the price of 4 seats, at least we didn't have to have our bags on on our laps. The bus driver made sure we got off in the right place and someone at the stop pointed us in the direction we needed so we skipped the taxis and headed off on foot. After asking directions in ...