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... through the Caribbean back in about 1995. The ship doesn’t really visit all the islands, it just circles one and the tourist bureau runs around changing all the signs. As to be expected, the old city is filled with hawkers, this time a bit more aggressive than those in Santa Marta. One fellow seemed to scowl at us. Not to worry, I can say no in at least two languages.
We did buy something, however. We scored ...
... comedy that represented a few different countries. It was a nice way to finish off the day, but I think I fell asleep about eight times in the one hour show. I was exhausted, so right after the show I came back to the room for a shower, and now it’s straight to bed for me. Sitting in a car for 14 hours shouldn’t be too exhausting, but it really is! At least tomorrow I don’t have to get up early for anything. Vacation really starts then… ...
... a big volcanic rock- which one day some lunatic decided to climb, and people have been doing ever since. It looks onto a huge reservoir for a hydroelectric dam, filled with inhabited "islands". We climbed to 740 steps (me barely looking down the whole way of course) and took in the views (the pic of me standing by the edge took about 30mins for me to psych myself up to do. Note my gripping of the wall even then!). We decended the Piedra and after a picnic of boiled ...
... entry or 2 about Medellín (2 weeks in the past at that point, so I'm still right on schedule), and went out later with some new friends.
We ended up in a salsa bar, so I faked some salsa skilz. At one point maybe an hour in, I noticed a policeman up on the wall dancing to the music. Relaxed.
The next day I said a temporary goodbye to Lukas. I was catching a bus to Santa Marta, further up the coast, and he would be there for the weekend. More adventures awaited.
... translate app. That thing was my savior. After arriving and saying our hellos (Buenos Dias) We both literally dropped our bags and passed out. After about 5 hours of sleep we then awoke refreshed. Rosio's mom and friend Enith cooked us an authentic Colombian lunch and we all sat at the table and ate together. Such nice people!! They made us feel as if we were at home. This entire trip thus far has been a spanish class, literally. While sitting with them, the ...