Hotel Estelar Oceania
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... video games while he ate with his dad), and the food was good. I had arroz (always arroz) with camerones and Sandy had sea bass ceviche. Both were very good and we survived to talk about it. Leo was standing out of the way by the counter, but we still invited him over for lunch. Seemed like the right thing to do. And to show his appreciation, Leo serenaded us on the way back to the ship. See his debut video below. (Despite ...
... on the outside of the walls to watch the countdown and fireworks. Definitely a night to remember and to recover from. And so after two nights in our boutique hostel the three of us moved somewhere with a pool on the roof in Getsemani (just outside the walls) where we had a suite. Nice!!!!! Apart from drinking we made one trip to see The Fort. Castillo San Felipe ...
With a tall wall surrounding the old town and small roads lined with brightly painted houses decorated with flowers, Cartagena was the most picturesque place we have visited in Colombia yet. Our time in the old city mostly consisted of our getting lost and stumbling upon old colonial churches and historic buildings.
With street vendors everywhere you went, selling fruit pots, sugar cane juice and local handicrafts, and upmarket boutiques ...
It is really old,
One of the first Spanish ports,
Pirates and disease,
On a new, strange continent,
But it persevered,
Now a huge, sprawling city,
Still with pirate walls.
At the Papaya,
I made a bunch of new friends,
Girls Danae, Lisette,
And Brazilian-Dutch Lukas,
We got along well.
Found a ...
... drinks. Pretty darn good huh For dinner we went to Santo Domingo Square which is still inside the wall. It was really nice. Of coarse people kept haggling us to buy things. One guy walked up to us, I believe his name was Jacob, with menus of all the restaurants. He knew we were Gringos (a term used to say Americans). It was refreshing to hear someone speak English. He recommended a good restaurant and we sat and ate. Jacob kept coming to check on us. He asked if we wanted ...