Hotel Caribe 79

Address: Calle 79 # 49C -33, Barranquilla, Colombia | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Calle 79 # 49C -33, Barranquilla.
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    Travel Blogs from Barranquilla

    El Carnival de Barranquilla

    A travel blog entry by rowannewman on Feb 21, 2015

    12 photos

    ... t think of anything apart from having fun. The energy of the carnival goes straight into your system, the deafening music becomes your pulse, the dancing becomes your stride and you are there, loving life, celebrating happiness. I will remember it fondly for a long time to come and with those I was there, we will always share those fantastic memories. Thank you Max, Farrah, Joce, Fernando, Lorenzo, Clement, Benoit, Jose, Connie and everyone I shared it ...

    It's Not a Wonder Why......Love You, Barranquilla!

    A travel blog entry by irgonetraveling on Mar 31, 2014

    2 comments, 1 photo

    Living in Barranquilla one learns that you have to have 'taste' or 'tastiness' (sabor) in your life and the locals are referring to how you live, love, eat, dance and enjoy no particular order, but all of those things without exception!

    Of all things, I can tell you this is for real! It's a gift I was given for choosing Barranquilla. In fact, the stats bear that out --- 3 surveys done earlier this year. Two ...

    Cooking Lesson #1

    A travel blog entry by irgonetraveling on Feb 02, 2014

    9 photos

    ... are her arepas whipped up for the two of us one day.

    Who knows quantities; it's like Grandma cooked! It's made from 'masa de maiz' (a corn flour) which is kneaded with water and ...


    A travel blog entry by oreydc on Aug 22, 2013

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    Second to last day at the conference... today I presented... before I did, there was a student practicing violin... he is a lawyer, working on a second degree in history and wanted to know ...


    A travel blog entry by loganve90 on Feb 07, 2013

    12 photos

    ... westerners. While being obvious gringos carries some risk, the benefits are worth it. Parades become interactive events, much more fun as I'm not a fan of spectating. Ironically the dancers would ask to take pictures of us rather than vise versa. Instead of walking along the sidelines to get from A to B we just hopped right in the street and danced to our destination with the elaborately clad locals. At times we were even mobbed ...