Casa Boutique Veranera
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Room service
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... red snapper (probably ilegal for size in NZ) with rice, fritter type things and salad. Food so far has been good. Hit up an empanada stand that our friends recommended, only 1500-2000 peso a piece and really flavoursome. It seems traditional Columbian food is meat, salad, rice and chips or fritters. Managed to get a meal of this for 8000 peso so really cheap! We have been eaten alive in Columbia!! I feel like we have had itchy bites ...
... amount of time I let myself be in the sun my shoulders had started blistering. I don't know if this was going to be a part of the natural progression of my burn or if I did it to myself being in the sun, but it certainly wasn't pretty. The good news is it didn't hurt. I still can't believe I was so stupid to get so burnt. I always wear sunscreen and am so careful!! I'm so mad at myself. Between the bug bites and the burn Colombia has been ******* me! In the afternoon we ...
... still had no clue why he mentioned the hospital. But I wasn't about to ask for clarification. I laughed nervously and said "gracias."
Lukas and I wandered some more, and found a wooden building labeled "hospital" where it turns out they show movies. It all made sense now.
Inside was a weirdly animated movie showing the glorious defense of Cartagena against the English in 1741. Cartagena was hopelessly outnumbered, but held until the English were ...
... us for the Welcome Dinner and the others (2 Italian Women) had delayed flights and were not going to make it until the next day. Dinner was fun and sad to say goodbye to the old group, but most were staying the next day so we would see them to all go to the beach together. The next morning a group if us headed to the port to catch a small boat to Playa Blanco Beach. It cost around 45,000 pesos for the trip but this also included lunch and the transportation. It ...
... could book a tour for tomorrow. The shore ex person said “Tomorrow?” We don’t have any tours tomorrow”. The two little old ladies repeated their request then the shore ex person said we are cruising all day tomorrow through the Panama Canal. Then the two little old ladies said they wanted tour tickets for the Scenic Cruising….shore ex lady explained very kindly that no-one was leaving the ship and they would be able to see it from lots of places on the ...