Charleston Cartagena Hotel Santa Teresa
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- Airport Transportation
- Swimming pool
- High-speed internet in room
- Smoking rooms available
- Breakfast Available
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... all the locals trying to sell a timeshare on the beach (basically an open tent with a couple of beach chairs), almost everyone on the beach is in one. The water and the beach are not the pristine sands of Kuai .. but they are relatively clean... lots of kite skiers along with a few wind surfers...pretty cool scene. Walking up the stairs to our place we can smell a wonderful meal being prepped..hope its ours! Of course it it.. fried plantains, ...
... along the east section of the wall and took some photos of the view, it was stunning. We looked at souvenir stores and Vicki got the last of the things she wanted, except some fancy, tribal heads. Tomorrow. We brought a pair of earrings and some magnets for gifts. We saw lots of kids dressed in traditional wear walking the streets and performing in plazas for Independence Day. The rain after lunch put a damper on things as it was really heavy but for the ...
... to take pictures of and admire. We found one hotel which looked like a tropical oasis once you got past the doorway--though it was hot outside, inside in the open air it was comfortable. We walked along the ancient wall for a while and saw boys playing soccer, and admired the ocean and revelled in the ocean breeze.
I have so many trinkets and souvenirs from our many trips that I don't really look for more, but many people sell ...
... so long taking photos around there!) and full of quaint shops, and some of the best restaurants. We spent loads of time here, meandering the streets with our cameras and appetites at the ready. We also had a great night out there too, when met up with the English couple we'd spent time with in Palomino. We actually stayed just outside the walled city though in an area called Ghetsemanie which was not quite as pristine as the old city, but still full of ...
... was indeed like swimming in soup. Not just because it was nice and warm but because it was brown (due to swirling sand) and had strange unidentifiable things floating in it! Just like a warm Bristol Channel! Unfortunately we immediately missed our Chinese bug spray as the heat here is ideal for cockroaches, the local stuff is OK but it takes a lot to bring one of the little fellows down, and would be laughed at by the bigger, hardier roaches of ...