Hotel El Prado
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... a holiday, they were all closed. As it is not the best area of town, we opted to head home and find food there. Naturally, when you don't need a cab, there are tons honking at you to see if you want a ride, and when you do want one, they are nowhere to be seen! We ended up with a hilarious driver, who was showing off his dance moves, and telling us all about the gas and electrical company and the naval base. He kept us entertained! I think he was trying to joke with us too, but ...
... my head I realized that when I thought of Colombia I really knew nothing. <b>“I can’t think of anything that excites a greater sense of childlike wonder than to be in a country where you are ignorant of almost everything.” – Bill Bryson</b><b> </b> So why did I choose to teach in Colombia, because I knew nothing, and I was ready to fill that void and learn about a country that has come so far. I wanted to ...
Friday night, 6:30 PM, I felt the tremors of my second experience of an earthquake. The first, I remember, was when the boys and I were in Hollister, Calif. In fact, I had been amazed at the story of an earthquake occurring in Hollister days before we were to move there to live. It was 1979 and a 6.0 magnitude earthquake had shattered windows, the contents of homes and all the ...
... not everyone's first choice ----- but when in Rome, do as the Romans do! In this case it's the Colombians- and they do it well!!
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... beef soup. The plan was to go to the beach after work but both Khadi and I decided against it. Shortly after I arrived home, it started raining. Good thing we didn't go to the beach. The street my house is on started flooding and turned into what they call 'a small Magdalena river'. Tonight is the celebration of Dhali's birthday, we are all going to the karaoke bar! Yay. And this weekend is Cartagena trip! Can't ...