El Marques Hotel Boutique
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... hours after this to
swim in the surf. The water was the warmest we have been in so far and it was a
nice beach despite the jet skis and the constant procession of locals trying to
flog everything from necklaces to massages to fresh coconuts. The trip back was
a lot bumpier than the journey out and we got fairly wet from the spray. After
quick showers back at the hotel we ...
... lucky to be living in the UK,I received the right roll of Gods great dice.We live in an extremely unequal and unjust world and very few of us get to feel what this is like with the majority of Brits traveling to first world nations for their holidays.We sometimes have an overblown view of ourselves and our lives,for the vast majority we are completely unaware of what lies outside our safe haven which we moan and ***** about so easily.We can not solve the worlds problems ...
... you through the maze of streets, and, best of all, a long corridor of vendors selling Colombian sweets. Mmmmmm. You can walk along the top of the wall that surrounds the city and get great views of the ocean and the city. Not to mention that it's a great place to sit and people watch from above.
Our hostel was located on a great block filled with restaurants offering set lunches (veggie and non veggie) of delicious Colombian fare for only $3-4. Fresh fruit and ...
... nor had any intention of staying on illegally in their godforsaken country, they let me join the ranks of the Americans and Europeans catching their connecting flights. I was then told that my backpack had not made it on the plane to New York. I would have to make a claim for it when I arrived at my final destination. Happy days. Nevertheless, I successfully caught my next flight to Bogota, Colombia.
I arrived in sunny Bogota early on the ...
... but failed miserably and the guy on the door actually used the 'if your names are not on the list you aren't coming in line' so sadly didn't make it up the stairs into the Museo de Inquisition. Had a drink at the corner bar outside the walls and then headed to the Arcadia party to try again. Luckily had more success with this one, got our wristbands and headed up to Casa de la Cerveza which had an amazing location on the town walls, next to the bridge and looking out over the ...