Charleston Cartagena Hotel Santa Teresa
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... 2 in some of the smaller, less touristy places. We found a beautiful rooftop restaurant and an Italian restaurant tucked away in a little courtyard, more Italian restaurants - lots of Italian actually and not a McD in sight! Perfect! (we did see a subway though and it really does look out of place).
A bottle of beer here in a restaurant or bar will set you back £1 a bottle - or 36p in a supermarket. Wine is about £2.00 a glass or a ...
... home (happy birthday Willbur!). Then we finally did some proper sightseeing in Cartagena by going inside the city walls. We spent some time in a nearby park, Parque Centenario, watching a couple of iguanas move around surprisingly quickly in the sunshine. We walked to a vegetarian restaurant for the menu del dia, which was great food. We went to find a post office but it was shut, so we walked to the centre and Parque de Bolivar. This is a ...
... immediately starts veering to the left before throwing the wheel to me and I give the wheel a few turns to the right and try straighten up as Tashin is yelling something out from the middle of the boat. He tells me to follow the green buoys but with everyone up on deck, I can't see them, so Ido my best to keep it straight. Get about 10 minutes action before Tashin takes back over as we cruise slowly through the he harbour. The Cartagena skyline reminds us of the Gold Coast with some of ...
... a cheese variety of the above. But totally different. This is soft and white coloured. And like eating goo. - arepa de chocolo - not chocolate! But a sweet maize, ground into a flour and fried. Filled with a white cheese. It was gooey and had a strong cheese taste. - bunelos - sweet fried dough. Like a donut. - bollo mazorca - I didn't try this. But it is a ground corn paste (same as for the arepa de huevo), but instead of fried, is steamed inside a corn leaf. We ...
... of English and Spanish. They might use words like "movis," "tiquete" (ticket-ay...you can guess what it means), or even "man." Good thing they definitely don't do that here.
Language purity aside, the important thing is that people are able to understand each other. Many people on the streets who address me in broken English think that is the way to do it. There are even plenty of people who have a solid vocabulary and understanding of English, but speak it ...