Charleston Cartagena Hotel Santa Teresa
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... each others shoulders in the sea which got us quite an audience after my top ended up by my bottoms...classy! That night was spent learning to dance reggaeton and champeta which, was intimate to say the least but thoroughly enjoyable, sorry Ma ,-) But, you certainly know your dance partner VERY well after the first dance.
Friday, pool, no drinking and an early night,
Saturday all the girls went to Playa ...
... and sacrifices to the gods. The museum was huge and very modern and had a fantastic display of artifacts. But even walking the short staircases I was short of breath. It's very exhausting! We found lunch at a restaurant Mark had read about in his travel guide called El Candelario and had our first taste of Colombian food. I ordered a traditional soup dish called Aijaco which consisted of chicken, corn, potatoes, capers and sour cream. It was okay but a little bland. ...
... like that. Would they focus on the religious aspects such as prayer and quiet shame? Or the more celebratory facets of Easter such as rowdy parades and overly loud chewing of the communion wafers?
Turns out none of these things were very high on the list of planned activities for vacationing Colombians. Cartagena is always about the beaches, and never more so than on public holidays. So people flock to the coast from all the cooler, less sandily festive parts ...
... the pool during the afternoon and then walked to old town for dinner. We ate at an amazing restaurant, our patio table situated in front of a beautiful cathedral. The food was the best we'd come across all trip, and their mojitos were dangerously tasty.
On Monday we grabbed a coffee in Juan Valdez (Colombian Starbucks) before walking to La Castillo San Felipe de Barajas. La Castillo is a fortress built by the Spanish during ...
... On arriving at the lake a lady takes you to the water, tells you to sit down, and then proceeds to try and drowned you as she throws bowls of water of you, until she asked something else in Spanish. Now I thought I had translated it as, take your pants off, but I thought no, I must have translated that wrong, so I looked at her puzzled she said it again and motoined to take them off. Sat in the water, no one could see anything in the water, so I sheepishly hand her my boxes, she ...