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... t spectacular, but the view across the waters to Bocagrande and it's Skyscrapers all lit up was amazing. We headed back to Getsetami Barrio (the neighborhood we are staying in) for dinner and then bed, as we go to Playa Blanca tomorrow early. It's not goodbye Cartagena, as we will be back in a few days. Again so many pictures of the the town, hard to choose just a few. Hope these give. Good idea of our experience here. ...
... further in the North to explore the Caribbean Sea. People already talk about st Andres, Barranquilla or Santa Marta. We returned home after a quick shopping in the supermarket ( anecdote, John told us about this store I understood first that it was open 24hours so I was impress of the hard work for Colombian. I realize later that it was the name of the shop, it close in fact at 9pm). We went for a nap and woke up the next day!!! Our 4hours sleep from last night went over ...
... caught a bus - collectivo - to the expresso brasillia bus ticket office. Here we bought our tickets to Medlin for the next day. We had a dilemma with the ticket office as they were trying to communicate something we couldn't understand. Ash found a girl on the street who could translate! Turns out Rach won a free bus ticket! Noice! We then walked along to the supermarket. Getting some cash out at an ATM on the way. At the mercado we stocked up on snacks and bought some things ...
... by a man called Simon Bolivar. At the moment it is the dry season which means it doesn't rain at all and the maximum temp is somewhere in the high 30's. It is so hot and the humidity is ridiculous.
Its a great city that mixes vibrant Caribbean customs with beautiful old colonial buildings which have been restored for the tourists. I'm only staying inside the walls, most of which ...
... Holy Week, more than four hundred thousand people climb the mountain
for the procession and they stop at these stations,” he said
referring to the crosses on the roadside.
Once we got there, we had to pay a US$5.00 per person entrance fee at the
convent. It offered amazing views of the city. From our vantage, we
could see our ship directly below us. To our right was the
Castilo de San Felipe and behind it was the Walled City.