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... and glanced at some stores. It had exactly what you find in America: brightly-colored baby stores, overpriced designer stores, and a loud, very full food court. I didn't take pictures while I was there because it didn't feel like I was anywhere exotic. It was exotically normal.
I'm getting a bit atemporal with what I'm saying, but I felt like it should be said. Now back to story mode.
On Friday I headed to the Museo de Botero. Fernando Botero is a ...
... time to pick back up the tourist trail and start hitting up some churches, including Iglesia de San Ignacio, Iglesia Nuestra Senora del Carmen - a red and white striped church - and the San Agustin temple. By chance this led us to near the President's Palace which I briefly got a glimpse at before being asked to move on; it seems people can be around the area (after passing through small checkpoints) but you become a security risk if you stand still! Opposite the President's palace is ...
... and I got some beers to drink, sat down and soaked it in. Annie had gone to look for some wine, I went to find her and saw two people smiling large and beckoning me over to their table.
It was the Chilean couple from our bus much earlier in the day, they were sitting outside at a cafe table having pizza and drinking mojitos. They insisted that we join them, share their pizza. Annie came back with wine, we got another pizza, we had our beers. We got these giant hamburgers ...
... people and their opinions first hand. Very cool. But also a little inconvenient with everything being closed and the streets being a little off limits for us at night time. Nevertheless it was quite eye opening. The next morning we jumped on a bus headed for hills to spend Sam's birthday in the beautiful mountainous coffee region of Colombia. It was here that we discovered a little town called Salento, which has turned out to be my favourite place we've visited so far. But more on that next ...
This is our last day in Cartagena. We head out tomorrow morning and fly
to Bogota. We arrive early in the morning and will spend the day in the
city before heading back to the airport for our late night flight back
to Montreal. All things come to an end!!!! We will update ...