Casa Pestagua Hotel Boutique, Spa
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Travel Blogs from Cartagena
I arrived early for services in order to run through a few warm up songs on the flute and to get my computer and Bible ready for translating the sermon. Janet sang a hymn out of the hymnal in Spanish and did a lovely job.
Scott gave the sermon and he spoke about "Why do we celebrate the Feast of Tabernacles?" We celebrate or keep it so that we can learn, we can do, and we can serve. Everyone stayed around ...
... Island and spent a while exploring, sunbathing and having fun before swimming back. Some islands had amazing snorkeling around ship wrecks. Many of the islands had no inhabitants so we were the only people there, lazing in the warm calm waters. Sebastian and first mate Carlos treated us so well on the boat, with incredible food and plenty of tea and snacks.
Every evening we stood on the back of the boat to take a fresh water shower (obviously in a sail boat ...
I spend the following day doing nothing at all, but my last day here I meet up with Amiela and Dave who I did the lost city trek with. I get stuck in a sudden downpour and even though it is only a block to their hostel from mine I am absolutely soaked on my arrival there. After waiting for the rain to stop we head for a bit of a walk around town and have a drink at one of the ...
... then we started to add some spins and other bits! It was really fun and I actually did quite well in the end (to my surprise) and set us up in a good mood for the night ahead. It was a really fun group including Josh, 2 lovely American girls in my room (Beth and Danielle), Jessica, ‘Tom’ and about 6 more people (too many to mention everyone individually anyway!) We went to some local bars for some 2-4-1 drinks and had a great time playing with the kitten in the bar ...
... of my hair! One fish was bright orange and had teeth like a bloody shark! Ok I miiiight exaggerate a bit! One fish was round and had an eye the size of a whole country! Freaky! It was cool to swim through an old shipwreck and there was also a monument for a guy that died while trying to check out the shipwreck. They were 5 divers sharing 1 tank of oxygen and he got lost and couldn't find his way out of the wreck and died. Very sad ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet