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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... and it's called Drop Bear Hostel, so we know it will be run well and be able to help us out with any questions we need. We sit around and use the shower and wifi until the shuttle finally arrives at 1525. We grab seats up the back and settle in for the long ride. It stops off at the depot station and a few people jump off while a few jump in and we set off. We drive around Cartagena and get our last look at the beautiful town we fell in love with at first sight. Such a great ...
... out visiting and enjoying the cool evening air.
Police are everywhere-- four on motorcycles pass by one way and shortly after we see a dozen on foot in full riot gear come sauntering around the corner with shields dangling casually by their sides. Our waiter said there had been a demonstration in the south and they were on their way back to their headquarters (just across the street from where we're staying).
And it's not even 8:00 yet.
We have been having great sermon messages, excellent music presentations, wonderful food, and fantastic fellowship at the various activities. In this blog, I em including photos of the members having fun at the activities.
We had a Ladies' Activity, where we learned how to do a pointillism technic to paint a small wooden craft. After this activity, we had an auction of various craft items the ladies had made and brought to the Feast to sell at the ...
... place. Im getting a little bit better at ordering food in spanish, i still really want to get some lessons though. The food here was amazing and supposedly this place only employs single mothers. Just as we were away to leave it started raining heavily so we chilled to see if it would go off. Nope, it continued and even threw in some thunder and lightning for us. Sam suggested we could go to the cinema as all the movies are in english with spanish subtitles. The ...
... we headed for the local beach and did some sunbathing - had a relaxed day as the heads were a bit ropey! That night we decided to try a restaurant in the old city...wasn't great and red wine was served cold!
On Tuesday we headed for the famous Mud Volcano! This was the weirdest experience of my life! Imagine climbing up steps to about the height of a house in just a bikini and getting to the top to see a ...