Hotel Capilla del Mar
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- Airport Transportation
- Kids pool
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... flip flops. Some scruffy bouncer told him he wasn't smart enough. 'How dare you?! I'm British, I say!' yelled Harry as he slapped the bouncer with his passport. Sadly such behaviour doesn´t wash any more and Harry was resigned to seeking party in another bar. There he salsa'd terribly until four in the morning. As he writes this piece he has only just emerged from a powerful slumber, It is 4pm. Going out with an Irishman and ...
... She was so surprised. She said, "You never told me that you did this." It wasn’t a secret, but it had never come up in conversation.
We reviewed the reservations and details for when the rest of the group comes. All was more or less in order. I collected from her a large suitcase of gifts that I had left here in June for safe keeping.
Jaime S. had shipped sound equipment to the hotel, and Esther said that she had not received ...
We spent the day wandering around the old town and saw a set of ceramic tiles featuring every Miss Columbia over time. Also highlighted were the Miss Universes from Columbia. Donald Trump, get over it. The women here certainly are beautiful.
We wandered across to the Gethsemane district to view a music venue call Cafe Havana. Once we located the place we returned to the room ...
We arrived back in Cartagena today & are so happy, it feels like home! We immediately unpacked, had all of our laundry washed, showered up and went to the grocery store where we bought veggies and beans. We made a huge healthy dinner in our hostel kitchen & it was ...
... to try on hats and jewelry. Many of them did not want to take no for an answer. This was the only bad part of the carriage ride. Every time we stopped, and it was frequently, we were bombarded with street vendors. The carriages were pulled by one horse and there was four of us in each carriage. We were all in a line behind each other, so we were going very slowly through the Old City. The architecture was beautiful and you could see the Spanish and French influences. Many of ...