Hotel Dann Cartagena
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We made it to Cartagena. By now my Spanish is improving slightly and I'm becoming less timid about using it. Our hotel is beautiful!! We spent our first afternoon at the pool and later that evening we went out on a party bus (un Chiba en espanol) - my Mom's idea! They take you around on a bus where a band plays music and you are served as much rum …
After years of dreaming about travelling South America, the time finally came for me to plant my feet on South American soil, and what better place to start than Colombia, the country that inspired the beautiful stories of Gabriel Garcia Marques and whose roads have been travelled by many a notorious drug lord, drug mule and ordinary mule. The journey to get there however was not a simple one.
I left Kathmandu on the morning of 10 February ...
... we ended up eating the picnic at the hostel, as we couldnt seem to get people out to the wall, and we were getting hungry. But by 10 oclock I managed to get enough people together to move, and once a few moved everyone moved, before I knew it I was somehow leading 20 people through the walle city and various plazas, trying to get up on the wall, initially it was looking as though most parts were for private parties, but after a little more searching we found an area that was open. ...
... their Miss Columbia. The street were full of tents, bandstands etc. tomorrow is the big parade and the party really gets going then. We returned to the ship and sailed away from Cartegena just after 1:30 pm. I love watching the sail away as it is fascinating to see how these big mammoth ships get themselves turned around and back out to sea. We spent a few hours up on the deck and then it was time for shower, supper and the evenings entertainment. Tonite ...
... the line of inappropriate touching! We were then instructed to flip over and float on our stomachs, our faces popping in and out of mud as we tried not to swallow any of the gunk as the "mud-man" completed the rub down. Finally, after much nervous laughter, we were allowed to bob away from our masseuse and enjoy watching the faces of others as they tried to escape their own "mud-man" and just have a good wallow! Eventually our turn ended and it was time to climb out of ...
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