Hotel Costa Del Sol
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... and see if they have any vacancies. Three left woo. So we sign up and head to bed as we are told that we are leaving at 0730. Valentine's Day at Colombian Carnaval, we are both pretty amped for it. Best moment: showering and feeling fresh after 2 days without Worst moment: how long the departure to Santa Marta was taking.. Waiting around at the depot for people to sort themselves out Banana moment: getting excited for a movie on the bus... To realise it was in Spanish...again ...
... the heavy traffic bound for our first stop - the La Popa Monastery. As we started out journey up the mountain, we caught sight of white crosses in strategic places next to the road. There were twelve in total, and we were later told that at Easter, the people make a pilgrimage to the monastery and these markers serve as the 'stations of the cross', where the Catholic population stop and pray at each of the crosses as they make their way to the ...
... in Cartagena and go to Playa Blaca and the Mud Volcano or i can go to Tayrona park and stay in Santa Marta or Taganga. Gustaf wants to do both and is in a bit of a pickle. He doesnt know if he should come to Medellin with us or do Tayrona park for a while and then Playa blanca and the mud volcano when he gets back from there. He ends up booking the flight to Medellin and we discuss going to Santa Marta/Taganga for the next two nights and also the bus to get there. We ...
... It was grand nothing special. There was also horribly emaciated dogs all over the beach. Not nice.
That night we headed to the old city for dinner to a gorgeous restuarant called Totopo - we both got fabulus fish dishes. We headed back to hostel had some drinks and went to a rooftop party - it was sweaty to say the least but great fun!
All for now...hope everyone is well at home
... br> Cartagena is the one of Columbia's tourist hotspots and retains much of its colonial heritage dating back to when the Spanish occupied it. The city is split into 3 distinct areas, the beautiful old walled city, the cheaper livelier backpacker area and the section along the coast that is home to American owned condo's.
We spent the day walking around the old walled city, which really was very beautiful, if ...