Hotel Almirante Cartagena Colombia
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The doors closed and Esther said to me, "What religion are you?" This can be a difficult question to answer in order not to offend. Colombia is 90% Catholic, so the chance was Esther was Catholic, so I tried to savor my words with salt. I said we were a Christian church; the name of our church was the United Church of God. We kept the Sabbath and the Holy days mentioned in the Old and New Testaments. ...
... at night which was concerning after the problems Iīve described - however once you were in the boat and lying down, you didnīt feel seasick at all and were just rocked by the waves. It was funny that when we reached the hostel at Cartagena, we spoke to a few other people who had been on sailboats from Panama and the statistics of seasickness were all the same - 4 out of 7 people were sick on each ship!
We caught sight of land at around 5pm on the second day of ...
... hang out in, a kitchen a good wifi throughout. Near a large exito (supermarket)
Cost: 25,000 pesos for a 10/12 bed dorm. Strangely it costs more if you show up or arrange extra days at reception (27,000) unless you have a HI card (23,000) so just book online.
Sight and Activities:
museum of Inquisition: a good museum in a beautiful house. Most is in Spanish but a little bit of English. You can also get a guide (costs ...
... urban baseball match. The rules are bizarre – no home runs. In fact a home run = out! But they play inside the city / fort walls so a home run means the ball is lost in the lake and instead they focus the rules to keep the ball in play! It’s great to watch and they also finish off with a beers and bbq so really not a bad way to spend Sunday morning! My only advice would be to clearly and concisely write down the urban rules because every 2 or 3 shots there would be a ...
... On the contrary, wide open spaces, vast horizons, long, unknown walks into rural villages where white skin's considered strange - these aren't the ingredients to take me out of my comfort zone; they're the very things that make me breathe. Potentially fatal for my ability to bag a nice calm, grounded dude and ever achieve great feats professionally, yes. And I can kiss goodbye to a property, not that a shag pile carpet or changing a broken faucet was ever going to be on the cards. ...
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Fitness/Health center