Hotel 3 Banderas
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... guy headed for the Castillo San Filipe de Barajas fortress in spite of the heat and the sunstroke/alcohol-induced spins. I tried to nap in the afternoon but the heat, humidity and nausea kept me from a proper rest. For some reason I thought the pilates class offered by the hostel might help. I have never sweated as much in my life as I did in Cartagena. The beads of sweat fall off you so fast you hardly have time to wipe them. I was doubtful of finding love in ...
I have had my blog hacked into by advertisers so haven't been able to write the last 3 days of my trip. The last day at Cartagena was a dull morning of monasteries and fort visits - not my kind of thing but I gritted my teeth. We started misbehaving in the monastery by taking photos of us draped around a well rather than listening to Jesus business and were swiftly reprimanded by the guide with a loud ' Come along girls!!! '. There was ...
... as the building was empty and boarded up. We had been scammed by some charlatan*. We thought our good luck and smooth sailing through the continent would have to end some time, it was just annoying that it happened when the end was so nigh. Our taxi driver was helpful and took us to a hotel - it was **** and expensive but it had a bed and a Twilight marathon was on the telly, and that was how we spent our last night in South America. This blip hasn't put a dampener on my ...
... Our waiting companions came and went as we craned our ears hoping to hear our names be shouted out by men carrying clipboards. Almost an hour passed and the seating area had started to become sparse of occupants when a guy wearing a t-shirt with the same name as that printed on our new tickets appeared. He read a few names and most of the surrounding seats cleared, but our names weren't called out. Fortunately Matt is a fluent Spanish speaker and after a few minutes ...
... and took us where we wanted to go. This time the Museo de Oro, unlike the one in Santa Marta, really was a gold museum, but also contained many exhibits on the indigenous native population who (surprise, surprise) produced many of the gold artifacts in the museum. And what else did we see – the Catedral, the Plaza de Bolivar???? Huh, are we still in Santa Marta? Just kidding. Reminds me of the story we heard on our ...