Hotel Cartagena Plaza
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... Arena which, is a short boat ride away and topped up our tans, read and chilled out. If I´m honest, I haven´t been overly impressed with the beaches near to Cartagena so far. If I compare them to places like Thailand then they are severely lacking in so many places. They are pretty dirty, expensive and unorganised but that´s not to say they are all like that, maybe I´ve been unlucky.
So, as we had just ...
... was packed with locals though and apparently it's one of the most popular dishes. We also had our first Colombian beer :) After our belly's were full we continued on our 'lazy' day to Museo Botero - an art museum celebrating the famous Colombian artist Fernando Botero. The museum contained a fairly wide variety of artists and styles from the last century or so and it was free to enter. All this walking had certainly taken it's toll on my energy level and after a quick siesta ...
... him nicely that I had thought he was a loudmouth and that he had left a bad first impression. That, after he had just called me Bill Gates.
I couldn't make sense of what was in my head - what I was trying to tell him. It's always much, much easier for me to explain my brain in written english. I was trying to say something to the effect of "you left a bad first impression, but I think it was the situation we were in and the people around us." Naturally, ...
Thursday June 26th. We have a slow morning as our sleep has been awful the last few nights with the heat and humidity. Check out is 12pm so we slowly pack our backpacks and store them in the hotel's lobby while we get something to eat before going to the bust station for our 5.30pm bus. We had a very nice lunch at a very busy restaurant where of course the soccer was on tv. I had seafood soup ...
... 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 ...