Casa India Catalina
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- Swimming pool
- Continental Breakfast
- Multilingual staff
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... with a German roomie in tow. We had the most amazing fish dish with coconut rice and plantane. the good in Colombia is a little bland and greasy so this was a welcome change. We walked the walls of the old town stopping for cans as we went. It was Sunday night so it was a bit quiet so we headed for a reasonably busy KGB bar. It was well creepy with the bar staff dressed in Communist army uniforms and an interrogation room/area and the TV showing some military ...
... fantastic graffiti murals. During the day, both parts were great for walking around in, picking a side street and finding either crazy street art or a grand colonial villa along it, but night is when the city really came alive. Our hostel was located on the buzzing Plaza de la Trinidad that played host to ska bands, old guys playing speed chess, many a food stall, charming dancing hobos and one fat mans impressive tribute to Colombia's favourite daughter, Shakira. We sat ...
... to add it to the list. We sink a few drinks, have a good laugh and then dinner is served a few hours later. Tashin made his potato and egg dish again and it's awesome. Leesh seems keen to learn it and add her own additions to it for when we get home. We all sit around and chat for a few more hours before it hits 2200 and we all head off to bed. We are apparently starting the final jump to Cartagena at around 0200 depending on the wind and weather so early night ...
... and Joan had a friendly, contested purchased between themselves of an oil painting by Jaime S. The money raised by the auction will be used to tip the servers in the restaurant.
David and his sister Anna, along with Sally and Loren, hosted a fellowship and snack reception. At one point, I tried to count how many people were there, and I counted 76. There are 88 of us attending here in Cartagena, so it appears that most everyone participated in the fun ...
... long, opting to head back to the hostel to continue on. The next day involved an extremely cultural Colombian experience; a very hungover group expedition to a nearby McDonalds in a shopping mall, followed by a siesta in the tranquility of my air conditioned dorm room. Following the culture of Cartagena we collectively decided to head on to Taganga for the weekend, an un-adulterated beach/party town about 5 hours away aong the Caribbean ...