Hotel Almirante Cartagena Colombia
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Travel Blogs from Cartagena
... Mario, was a local taxi driver and needed basic phrases to use for asking tourists small-talk questions... So I helped him with that.
On my other mornings, I alternated between entertaining young children with cancer and teaching one specific boy who had leukemia, Leonardo, English. There were typically 3-4 young, rambunctious boys at the group home (Funvivir) who solely wanted to wrestle and rough house. Leonardo was 17-years old and didn't engage in the play of ...
Visited the amazing Cartagena old town full of colourful 16th century colonial architecture together with Castillo de San Felipe, the greatest fortress of Spanish colonies. Evening was spent absorbing local culture with some authentic Colombian food and fruits, whilst also celebrating Colombian first victory in the World ...
... services for which are announced by the church bells 30 minutes before hand) a handful of upscale eateries along with street vendors selling everything from hamburgers and dogs to fresh juice, pizza and ice cream. We loved it and spent every evening there – making sure we got home not too long after dark.
Art is everywhere in Getsemani – on the crumbling walls throughout the area, bronze statues in the squares, strange art installations ...
... rays and numerous other wavelengths.
"Reality is merely an illusion, albeit a very persistent one." - Albert Einstein
"Everything we call real is made of things that can not be regarded as real." - Niels Bohr
Just as Gandhi said that Truth is One, paths are many, so too is there One Energy manifesting infinite multiplicity. But opposites appear when separation ensues. (Consider how white light becomes a rainbow of colors when ...
I met the handler at 0800 and we quickly got through Immigration and Customs. I told them the day before to schedule the fuel truck for 0830. It was still raining off and on but when I got to my plane the fuel truck showed up 5 minutes later. Good! Everything went smoothly, paying the fuel guy in US cash (US$ is the official currency in Ecuador). I had time for a few photos on the ramp before departing, including one of a British ...
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service