Hotel Casa del Curato
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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... apparently. It lasted around 90minutes which was long enough in the relentless humidity.
The afternoon turned into a "I don't need this" adminathon. A nasty little add on to the entrance to Panama is if you enter by boat that is not a cruise liner you have to prove you are leaving the country within 72 hours or pay a US$100 entrance fee. No explanation has been given for this. Obviously I don't want to be paying another $100, but neither am ...
... we needed. We head off to bed fairly late before an intended early rise tomorrow for a run (yep.. back to exercise) then a full day of activities planned. Going to be a long and tiring day so need the beauty sleep. Best moment: discovering the old town of cartagena and realising what an amazing,y colourful and colonial city it is Worst moment: feeling like a fatty pumba after devouring chocolate and lollies Banana moment: when Aaron scored 3x Yahtzee in one game... What the heck?? That never happens ...
... taxi, bus and taxi. This saved us about 15000 pesos for anyone interested in making the same trip. When we arrived into Santa Marta bus station, we were met by the most almighty downpour of rain. The roads in most of the town were under two very of water- including in the area where our hostel was. After a bit of negotiation, we managed to find a taxi that would take us intona part of town where we could check into a hostel. With hopes of a dry day the next day and with plans ...
... a considerable amount of water on the floor, so we didn't stay long. It didn't smell like a sewer, but it could have been 500 years ago, but either way I wasn't going walking in the water in a pitch black tunnel underground.
We escaped the tunnels, complained of back pain, and chilled out on top of the castle. I kept thinking about what it would be like a pirate ship from the 1500s to sail up to modern Cartagena. At Cafe del Mar, where cannons and flares would ...
... were prostitutes everywhere. The tourists men where swarming them. The prostitutes that didn't have a Jon talking to them were standing around the plaza waiting to get chosen. It was sad but very interesting how this was done right in the open for everyone to see. As Tiff and I was sitting there, a Colombian lady came to our table and said to Tiff "You are not from here with that haircut. " She spoke in really good English. We both laughed and said ...