Hotel Almirante Cartagena Colombia
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Thought for the day from our shipmates in Room 10059. "I've been hiding from exercise. I’m in the Fitness Protection Program."
After Santa Marta, we ported in Cartagena, quite an interesting place, what with its 17th Century fortifications in the old city and its modern city whose skyline, as we approached it from sea, reminded me of Miami. The old city is the primary spot for tourists, especially those ...
... hours later we ended up in Cartagena. Melissa had bought me a really nice pair of linen trousers for Christmas, but they were too big, so we needed to exchange them and there was a store in Cartagena to do it at. We went to the mall, exchanged the pants, and then left for Baru. After leaving Aguachica at 3:45am, we finally pulled into the Royal Decameron Resort at 6pm. We were all tired and hungry, but really happy to finally be here and not have to worry ...
... proud of this artist, known for his disproportioned figures (pictured).
While in Medellin, we visited Parque Lleras in the Zona Rosa on several ocasions- it's a good place to eat dinner or go out for drinks, if that little pricey by South American standards. We visited a late bar there that had an entry fee of 6,000 pesos (about 3usd) but we got tokens to use to get drinks at the bar to that amount which was nice. Inside to our suprise, we discovered funky ...
... a heavy accent that it can be hopeless. I tell most people that we should just talk in Spanish so there's no loss of meaning anywhere. Sometimes they still don't listen, so that's my cue to exit.
I talked with Lukas about languages for quite a while. Growing up in the Netherlands with a Brazilian mother and family in Brazil, he (basically) got 3 languages for free. He told me in perfect English when I met him that he's working on Spanish now, by taking classes ...
... early morning is very therapeutic and it's an awesome way to figure out your surroundings. After my run I showered ate breakfast and did some shopping. Farrah sent a car for me at 2pm, we are going to Castillo San Felipe Barajas. This is a castle that was built by the slaves that were brought to Cartagena during the slave trade. FYI: Cartagena was once one of the larges slave trade ports in South America. The clock tower at the Walled City was the ...