Hotel Almirante Cartagena Colombia
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... like it. When they scored the place went ballistic. Unfortunately they lost but the mood was still good after. Everyone just hated Brasil now.
The next day I headed off to Barranquilla, a larger city along the coast. Stayed here for a few days but really not much to write about here. Industrial city. Made friends with a couple of Colombians from Bogota who took me out but yeah still not much to say. Next stop Santa Marta.
... Traffic was at a standstill, and some of the guys jumped on the top of vans, dancing and cheery; insanity. Things died down a little after two hours, but there was still party on the streets. Then they did a parade with motorbikes, they seem to like to do that when they win. We tried to watch the England match, but it was hard as the noise was rattling through the hostel. Wasn't much point anyway: Crappo That evening we went to get our bus tickets to Medellin ...
... like Bogotá (where the focus is mainly on cultivating a reputation for off the hook nightlife and bike commuting) and Medellín (an ultra-modern downtown core and plenty of places to launder drug money). At which point they would quickly strip down to their gaudy, over-sized board shorts and two-sizes two small bikinis covered lewdly by a gauzy see-through skirt, and get that party started. Namely, spending 10 hours per day on the beach either hiding from the sun under ...
... about the two days in the open sea, with waves relentlessly high and a consequent 48 hours non-stop seasickness with no way out.
There is only one option left, the best one for us from different points of view: it costs less, it will allow us to see some beautiful places between Panama and Colombia where few tourists go, as well as the archipelago of San Blas, and we will avoid the open sea; it’s a speedboat that starts from the small village of Capurganŕ, near ...
... little park in the middle with a woman selling chicken with rice and soup and a drink in a bag for $3. So we got that for lunch and sat in the park taking in our surroundings. We then kept exploring the old town for a few more hours before the heat became unbearable and exhausting. We headed back to the hostel where we decided to go find the local air conditioned mall where there was a cinema. It only ended up being about 10 minutes away so we decided to see American ...