Hotel Pueblito Playa
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Cartagena: Our last stop on our Colombian adventure and South American one for that! What a beautiful city it was, we were staying in a nice guesthouse within the old city walls. Everywhere was so expensive to stay in Cartagena so in the end we decided to spend out a bit more to escape the hostel life for 4 days. Instead we stayed in a double room with an ensuite, wide screen TV and own fridge. It was plush in comparison to an 8 bed dorm!
... the daily power blackout will stymie progress!
There is a similar story in Cartagena, where luxury apartments line the western beach front of the city. Fortunately, the development within the old town is largely restricted to the restoration of the beautiful colonial buildings, which all have a reasonably similar design, and yet are each quite distinctive by their colours and the gardens that drape across almost all the ...
... And it was cheap too.
Got off on the beach,
Looking forward to my day,
Even if no Chris.
But near instantly,
Spotted familiar gringos,
Gave them the finger.
"Spencer! You found us!"
"You're basically MacGyver."
"Shouldn't need to be!"
Met Molly and Raff,
New friends from their new hostel,
I'm not cool enough.
Raff is a German,
A very tan triathlete,
Still tans constantly.
... into the old town to try and find
some souvenirs without success although we did manage to find a large
supermarket to get a thank you card for our tour leader. We went to a very
classy seafood restaurant for our last night together and there was a live band
playing. The meal was disappointing especially as this was the most expensive
meal we have had in Colombia.
... unleashed a big bang within my being (that continues to travel at light speed in all directions), the Qabala planted and then exploded a bomb of similar magnitude in my psyche. For the Bible is written in code, and without this key its deepest secrets remain encrypted. The 22 ideograms of the Hebrew alphabet represent archetypes that predate language as we know it - each glyph can be considered as a seed of consciousness - and when combined they ...