Hotel Capilla del Mar
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... guide translated to us after each spiel! So, you climb up stairs to the top then climb down some rickety ladders into the lukewarm mud. Its like thick yoghurt consistency and smooth. For some reason its also very boyant which is good as there's no bottom to balance on. Men greet you at the bottom of the ladder, float you onto your back and give you a massage (despite saying no gracias Marcus still received one haha), only cost an extra ...
... Janske said that the reefs there have been dead for a long time and that's why there were so few fish. She said wait until we get to the Galapagos! We only stayed about a half hour and then headed back to playa Blanca for a lunch of fresh caught fried fish and then we swam and relaxed on the soft white sand like we had nothing else in the world to worry about doing. Playa Blanca is a very long white sand beach. The sand is so soft and fine. There isn't much beach area ...
... is now Colombia's biggest tropical tourist destination. I tried to explain this whole train of thought to someone out loud once and I sounded crazy. I'm glad that when I write it down it no longer sounds crazy.
At the top of the fort, I was informed that there was a "movis nel hopital" by the ticket taker who speaks Costeño.
"No entiendo" (I don't ...
... breakfast it was straight out to have a walking tour of the old city. It was pretty hot and humid by this point, but we survived. The old town in Cartagena is a UNESCO World Heritage Site, and is a maze of little streets with beautiful colonial building, that house restaurants, cafés, shops, hotels, and some private houses. We found Gabriel Garcia Marquez, the Nobel Peace Prize's house in town as well as a really cool Argentinian Restaurant, where we stopped to ...
... and Crème Brule…. Very nice. Doug had Prickly Pear and pineapple, Surf and Turf followed by the same Rhubarb dessert he had on the Emerald.
We talked about disembarkation - hard to believe we are at Day 5 of a 15 day cruise and we have our disembarkation questionnaire already. Turns out that getting taxi to the airport especially during a weekday could result in failure to board a plane - such is the traffic. Luckily our flight is at 1.05pm so ...