Hotel 3 Banderas
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... a bit further as the closer places have music cranking so loud, you can't hear each other talk. We find a small spot and order two pizzas, which despite being very basic, the herbs added give it a good flavour and they turn out pretty good. Mind you, Leesh did have to pull all the cheese off. We get back and the power is on and I play charades with the hostel worker who I think is asking if we want a light in our room as there only seems to be one bulb ...
... Randi and I about gagged. Normally, in our twenties, we would have been happy that we could have gotten drunk off of just one drink, but this time we tried to order more cokes to chase down the alcohol and really had a hard time grimacing through them. While we pretended that we drank very strong rum and cokes in trendy salsa establishments on a regular basis, the bar filled up. So much so, that my seat in the corner of the room felt VERY ...
... tuna with some rice and a petty amount of salad. We should have known it was too good to be true. Following this we decided to have one last hurrah in la brisa loca before calling it quits.
The door-to-door shuttle bus on offer from Santa Marta to Cartagena ensured we didn't have to take long taxi rides to either bus stations and seemed like the most sensible option to travel in the intense heat. It was a bonus that ...
... stood there forever! There are cannons set up around the fort that point in the weirdest locations and made it look like the Spanish were going to destroy their own city. Mark wanted to take a picture on one but I think he made the right choice in not doing so; it would have been far too hot to sit on. There are these cool tunnels that you can still walk through where the Spanish soldiers used to hide out to surprise any enemy that may have made it into the fort. They are ...
... night that he had hoped to read more about. He doesn't even have a public blog, so who is he to criticize my content choices, right?
When traveling around like this, there are bound to be experiences that are so extreme that they shouldn't be described in full detail. In Medellín, he told me about a friend of his brother who, while traveling in the Middle East, was robbed at knifepoint and lost his phone and some money. He promptly called home (with a ...