Hotel 3 Banderas
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- Free High-Speed Internet
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... is very sweet. Wow that was a nice lunch!! After a bit of a cool down, I was picked up at 2pm. I'm off to Volcan de Lodo el tortumo. A small volcano whose crater is filled with mud! The volcano is 50km away from Cartagena and took almost an hour to drive. We pulled up at what looked like a large ant hill, 15m high, with steps leading up the side. We were taken to a small house where we could get changed. And given instruction to take just a bikini and nothing else. We ...
... a big issue but man is it hot here! Mark is a true Vancouverite so he is not familiar with the heat and humidity. I feel like I have a leg up because I just survived the insane heat in Penticton all summer. But I'm not going to lie, I'm looking forward to AC! We don't seem to know what taking it easy means so instead of relaxing we walked through the walled city of Cartagena and took in the sweet narrow, colourful streets and made our way to the beach. From there we walked ...
Arriving at Cartagena by plane is like opening an oven door- it is so hot and that was at about 8pm, felt so different from Bogotá but quite pleasant. We grabbed our bags and headed straight to the hostel we'd booked- Mamallena- which was dead close. Weirdly, a girl Hannah used to work with, Roisin, was staying at our hostel (they knew they'd both be in South America at the same time but this was a big coincidence!). We were glad our room was at the very back of the hostel as ...
... and met another traveller in my dorm who is from Oz. We were both starving so Kim and I took a walk to get something to eat and had a great Mexican burger at El Corral. It was her first time eating there, and I think she’s hooked. It was a great burger. I’m back at the hostel now and completely knackered. The diving, being in the sun, and the high speed boat trips really take a lot out of me. I’m looking forward to a nice early ...
... different tribes in Colombia. Some tribes were dominated by men, others my women, and others they were equal.
We had a 10-15 minute rest in a hammock here until we continued our boat tour. We saw some men fishing in the mangrove lake, which is 170 cm deep in the deepest part. The lake looks like it would be 20 feet deep, but it is shallow. We went past a small village, which had some very small homes that were quite basic, though ...