Hotel 3 Banderas
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... which tasted so fresh and seafood casserole, to name just a few!
We can't believe that our time in South America has come to an end. The past 3.5 months have been amazing, meeting so many nice people which we will hopefully see again soon. Colombia was without doubt our favourite country for its variety and amazing people and culture. However, Brazil and Argentina were not far behind...Anyhow the show must go on, Central America here we come :-) ...
Was so sleepy but could see mum had facetimed me already and then again and didn't want to miss them so dragged myself out of bed, put my hat on and facetimed them. Seemed like I wanted to chat longer than them but think they were going to eat soon and so many there they struggled to hear me. Was nice to see everyone on camera, nan and grandad, etc. Rang mum back as had horrible feeling that I forgot to get mark deb etc a ...
... prevails on a Friday night. There are dozens of bars, but they are largely empty, as the students grab their booze and share the numerous plazas with a raft of bohemians, rastafarians, alternate types and travellers. The place is completely alive, even as the smell of dope hangs in the air... On Saturday the party heads north to Zona T. Needless to say that amongst 7 million people, the nightlife is large.
Finally the best of the ...
... pattern, mainly exploring the city and the beautiful Old Town during the day, and then socialising in the Courtyard during the evening. We even visited an old Convent and a Naval museum in the city, which was probably very very interesting, if everything hadn’t been written completely in Spanish.We’d seen something called the ‘Mud Volcano’ advertised as a day activity at the hostel, which sounded interesting, ...
After breakfast we left for the ride/ walk back out of the
park again in the heat. We took the option of an air-conditioned mini bus which
was a no brainer despite the extra cost. We arrived back in Santa Marta in the
early afternoon and all had showers in the reception area of the hotel before
going out to lunch in a very nice French restaurant. We had a private transport
bus at 3pm to take us the 4 hour drive to Cartegena. The trip ...