Casa India Catalina
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For years Columbia has been something of a no-go zone for travelers. Between armed-to-the-teeth drug cartels, FARC rebels, corrupt police, heavy-handed military, and right wing paramilitary groups there was the potential for the sort of unplanned adventure that made the relative safety of a stroll through Afghanistan, *****ia, or Scarborough much …
... water and watched pelicans dive for their dinner. At some point we did make our way back to the hostel (after stopping to grab some beer) where we chatted with a lovely couple from Holland who have been in both Ecuador and Peru recently so we picked their brains for some tips and listened to their amazing travel stories since they've been travelling since January. Cartagena is a place where we are safe to walk at night so at 9pm, a little tipsy and definitely hungry we found a ...
... tourists. haha. I wandered around and took some photos and grabbed a great pizza at a place called La Diva. It was one of the best I have ever had. I took a cab back to my room and ended up passing out just as I was about to write.
Not sure what I will do today. Things got a bit messed up from yesterday as far as timing, so I will have to play that by ear.
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... are a troubled guest on the dark earth. - Mircea Eliade
My last adventure in South America resulted in a fateful shattering of my own shell once I entered the realm of shamanism in the jungle, where I received a glimpse of reality unveiled. And the best part of this extraordinary encounter is that it was the very last thing I ever expected or even imagined. However, pain and confusion soon beset my efforts to understand the meaning of what had ...
... us up at the hostel and headed to the very fancy Santa Clara Hotel, which was the headquarters of the festival. Went through the days programme, then went and grabbed smoothie with Patricia, Julie and Maira. Afterwards headed to first event with an Argentinian director but bit late, couldn't get the seats with the translation head sets so most of it lost on me. Julie and I grabbed a barginous lunch at the Hare Krishna restaurant, 2 courses for 5000 pesos (less than £2). ...