Hotel Cartagena Plaza
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Today was my birthday. I entered the restaurant and a dozen or more people gave me birthday greetings. After breakfast, I went to the salon to get ready for services. Today was a little more relaxing as I didn't have so much to do, but still there are the last minutes announcements to get ready before services and find out the hymns for the song service.
Greg gave the sermonette and spoke about the ...
... we sat around chatting, enjoying drinks and the gazing at the moon which was especially stunning from this part of the world. One night, there appeared to be a Kuna tribe party going on, on the island which our friend Joss was tempted to swim to (´´there ain´t no party like a Kuna party´´) but unfortunately it died down just as he was preparing to take a dip!
The only slight annoyance of our trip was the immigration for leaving Panama - the person ...
... After we go our separate ways.
It is hard to believe it but three days as really gone that fast and I have really done that little - sad!
I would like to say there is quite a bit more to do here, there are a number of large Spanish forts for example and it is actually a good but expensive town food wise. To be honest its real highlight is just walking around admiring the beautiful buildings. ...
... out to a small nightclub which was great fun. The nightlife in Cartagena is really good with lots of different types of music, Salsa clubs (of course) and generally a good vibe! But unfortunately a good night out meant a sore head in the morning… Most of Saturday was spent sleeping, relaxing and watching the Champions League Final – but it is the weekend after all and I deserve a rest I think…! We did have a really nice lunch and a good laugh as we all chilled out but ...
I'm returning to a city thats starred as the backdrop to a thousand films, romances, soundtracks and kiss and tell love affairs, real and artistic. Hell, art and life mingle in one heady tropical fusion here; it even acted as Marquez's muse in countless Nobel winning novels. In Cartagena, magic permeates through cobbled backstreets and sinks into the soul of anyone vulnerable enough to let it. Small, sweaty and sultry. An incomparable place, where flamboyantly dressed costeneros strut ...
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