Charleston Cartagena Hotel Santa Teresa
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- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
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... the day on it instead of riding. Then there is a white bus, with more seats on it - this is the Lunch truck. Encouraged to think about going this one if think won't be able to cycle the whole day and then cycle from the lunch spot to evening camp. Doesn't seem to be any other vehicles like the two we used in Africa. Perhaps they will materialise tomorrow, maybe not.
No energy drink provided or PVM bars as happened ...
... street vendor. Yes, yes, yes. We order one each..only a dollar each. They were absolutely fabulous! It's a fried corn/potato cake, crispy on the outside, soft and chewy on the inside. After it's cooked, they split it open and butter it and stuff it with grated cheese. Looked great the other day.satisfied we decide to head off for home. Walking down a random narrow road I spot a local grocery store. This is the perfect spot to get some hot sauce ...
... I was thinking if I was going to be in tayrona then minca I'd have no wifi so needed to sort my life out now. I sat and spoke to guy at reception for quite a while and grilled him with questions. San Gil seemed a pain to get to as not direct, needed to change buses and wasn't going to know anyone there so had in head Medellin. So working backwards to arriving in Medellin on 30th meant only having 2 nights to see 2 places. He said it was doable. Mark and I got taxi to ...
... pattern, mainly exploring the city and the beautiful Old Town during the day, and then socialising in the Courtyard during the evening. We even visited an old Convent and a Naval museum in the city, which was probably very very interesting, if everything hadn’t been written completely in Spanish.We’d seen something called the ‘Mud Volcano’ advertised as a day activity at the hostel, which sounded interesting, ...
... a yank and it makes a fair difference in thier attitude. Here on the coast they speak much faster than other parts, and generally cut the ends of thier words off. So Dion's favorite line is 'Despacio, por favor' .. slowly please. Very, very few people here speak English, so its tough travelling at times. I know enough to get what I want and where I want but im missing the connection with the locals. So I have decided to do ...