Casa Boutique Veranera
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Room service
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... He doesn't head out until the 15th. In the evening I hug out with him and some people he met in Bogota. It was all very chillaxed. They incidentally did the mud bath thing but didn't come back glowing about it. I briefly skiped out for a meeting with my skipper, only to find I was two hours late and he had unsurprisingly already left. No idea where I got 9pm from, where in both emails I've received it says 7pm. In bold! Hay ho. ...
... to the kitchen and whipping up a salad with meat. Despite the basic ingredients we got, Leesh whips up a mean salad and we smash it down before heading to the room for the real food. We found some random chocolate brownies, lollies, rip off Hershey cookies and cream chocolate and set out for binge while playing some Yahtzee. It doesn't take long before we have devoured way too much sugar and put the rest away to use as snacks. But we felt after the week we had on the boat, a dirty binge ...
... area of the city, which has a good nightlife. On the Saturday night, we went out with a gang from our hostel (Maramallena) to celebrate a 30th. Hannah and Tim (friends from London) arrived in Cartagena that night and joined us for some mojitos from a saucepan. We headed to a club and danced the night away on a rooftop until the wee hours. The next day Fiona and I further explored the old town and visited the fortress on the hill. We were admittedly very hungover, and as it ...
... an entirely different language. I laughed nervously and said "gracias," which is my default way out of a lot of social interactions.
I had a sense of direction in Cartagena, but my sense of cardinal directions was completely shot. For instance, it is on Colombia's north coast, but the ocean is to the west, but the ocean is also to the south. And then there's a body of water to the east. You could say Cartagena is a peninsula. It's like a fractal ...
While in Cartagena I have been anxious to salsa dance. I mean who would come to Latin America and not salsa. I was on a mission! If you know me you know music takes over me and I can dance all night long....... Just like my dad. Guess I earned it honest lol. Eddie (the Mexican/Venezuelan) suggested a place at the clock tower called ******* . It was all Salsa music. I was in heaven. TIFF and I ordered drinks and sat outside to people watch. We saw ALOT going ...