Casa Boutique Veranera
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Room service
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... of buying a T-shirt in every country, and bought a ten dollar soccer T-shirt off the street. We managed to take a lot of good photos before the humidity got to us again, so we stopped at Juan Valdez for a cold drink. We had already spent most of the day looking at the walled city so we were keen to get back to the city.
Outside the city we were offered a ride back to the port for only $15. We accepted, but neither Ted nor I were feeling that ...
... I remember being the same when Steph and I visited little corn island in Nicaragua. I don't think the tides move as much here as the do at home. There's no real high and low tides. But the waters are higher at this time of the year because it's 'rainy' season. We would kill for some rain around here!! I didn't want to spend too much time in the sun as my shoulders are still healing from my bad sunburn acquired during the bogota bike tour last Thursday. But even with ...
... night that he had hoped to read more about. He doesn't even have a public blog, so who is he to criticize my content choices, right?
When traveling around like this, there are bound to be experiences that are so extreme that they shouldn't be described in full detail. In Medellín, he told me about a friend of his brother who, while traveling in the Middle East, was robbed at knifepoint and lost his phone and some money. He promptly called home (with a ...
... the right of the beach, all the way to the right, so like marching soldiers we did, we walked all the way to the right of the beach. It was so quiet and calm, away from all the Colombian holiday makers who obviously didn't get the same message to walk all the way to the end. We stayed the whole day at the beach, with James and Carmen. And shock horror, we all ended up burnt and red raw. But who cares we are in paradise. We found some hammocks for ...
Our tour of Cartagena Columbia although it was a big port and the architecture was very colorful, there were lots of people trying to sell you everything from beads to T shirts to sunglasses to coffee. The weather was extremely hot & we weren't overly impressed with our guide. He kept saying the same thing twice which was quite annoying & Mark wasn't feeling the best so were were glad to get back to the ship. At day at sea then we ...