Hotel Almirante Cartagena Colombia
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- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Minbar in room
- Shuttle bus service
- Drycleaning onsite
- Continental Breakfast
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... top 5 memories of the trip so far :)
After 3 days in La Paz we moved on to Lake Titicaca (the world's highest lake) to the lake-side town of Copacabana. To be honest, our time here was probably the low point of our trip so far, for various reasons. One, as already mentioned in the La Paz chapter, we were really starting to get sick of living in the altitude. We weren't majorly affected physically, but emotionally ...
... s familia? Of course the different spelling Valdez vs Valdes means nothing as spellings are often changed throughout family histories. As with all good investigators we decided to gather evidence before making our real purpose known. We sampled the product..high quality in both appearance as well as taste. We gathered other evidence to further analyze in our lab back home. We also canvassed the area spotting several perros, noon were familar with the ...
... of the old town in Cartagena, another house that would set you back a fair few millions and drank with them for a while, before heading onto Café Del Mar which, overlooks the sea. This is where we tried Aguardiente, a typical drink they take in shots. Let´s just say it done the job :-D So it turns out that I´m actually rather good at the champagne backpacking and I reckon I would be doing one of my colleagues rather proud ...
... for up to 50 prisoners, and they made ideal shop locations. We stopped here for about 20 minutes to view the wares and take on some refreshments.
Roberto then drove us down to see the large fort in town that was spotted from the hill. The stone walls were not vertical, but steeply sloped to bounce incoming cannon balls up in the air and reduce damage to the structure. The usual tourist vendors were ...
... animals like Fingaz teammates when he kicks a snag. Turns out I'ma a zoo snob as well as coffee and beaches. You can take the boy outta Sydney... But you can't stop him being a ****wit. We hit the equally unimpressive Cristo there and took the afternoon walking tour with a 19 year old playboy Diego, who pretty much informed us how to pick up the miraculous women of Cali. Biggest tip I've left yet.
That night we hit the local salsa club and oh, my, days. I'm all ...