Hotel Capilla del Mar
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... quick orientation of the city. It was so unbelievably humid, that we needed to stop at a nearby cafe to cool down in their air conditioning and use their free wifi.
When we returned to the spot where we were meant to meet our guide, she never bothered turning up! Fortunately we hadn't paid a cent yet anyway, but I was pretty ****** about it. We didn't let it bother us for long though since we already had a walking tour map, and Cartagena really isn't that ...
... the barrier of land surrounding the city the water turns that charming green-blue so typical of the Caribbean sea and it's like all your troubles just melt away. Except your mosquito bites - they still itch incessantly! But walking off the boat at playa Blanca onto the hot sand and warm turquoise water it was all okay. Mark, Janske, Brom and I are lounged and just enjoyed the warm breeze until we took a smaller boat out to go snorkelling. There unfortunately wasn't much ...
... and all, but they don't show emotion or judgement or... thought. They're factual, not thoughtful. You don't get to know me better through a list of facts that I write. Maybe you can tell what interests me, but that's not all that interesting.
And so, for the next entries my plan was to aim for a better balance of facts and thoughts, namely far more thoughts than facts.
But, it was the part of the conversation that came next that had a bigger impact ...
... street called Media Luna. Not that night though, there was no one around and the bars were empty. That didn't stop us from taking advantage of the happy hour. The next day we headed for playa Blanca, a beach that in photos looked just like paradise. Again, being the cheap skates, or bargain hunters I prefer to call us, that we are we decided to venture to the beach ourselves and not do a tour which was being offered at rip off price of 50000 ...
... most touristic place I have been since I went to the Christ statue in Rio de Janeiro. The city was packed with American tourists and the whole infrastructure to cater package tourists, cruise ship travelers and backpackers. Coke dealers and prostitutes were looking for stupid foreigners on the streets at night as well and found enough of them. After two nights there I had the feeling that I have seen enough and left for Medellin on a cheap ...