Hotel-Hostal Santo Domingo
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... too hot and we head back to our air conditioned room until around 4:00 when the sun begins to soften it's brutal grip.
Evenings are magical. Plazas and streets everywhere overfill with people. I wrote this of our first Friday in Cartagena:
We stepped outside our door tonight to find hundreds of people walking the streets, hanging out in the plaza, grabbing snacks from street vendors, visiting with friends... They're everywhere. ...
... oops! And Jane! Got back into bed and messaged some people. Popped out with Ivo to get some cash and quick snack. Surprisingly many things were open but Colombians celebrate more on Xmas eve rather than Xmas day. Got a pastry thing and a fresh mixed fruit juice. Wandered back to hostel. Chilled out in room then we had yummy Xmas dinner out on by hostel at 3pm. Chicken, potatoes with rosemary, caramelised beetroot Nd ...
6. Chancacas - shredded coconut mixed with sugar to form a cookie type desert...
and last, but in no way least....
7. Ajiaco - This. Is. The-Absolute. Farken. Business. A local dish of Bogota: a soup containing shredded pieces of chicken breast, 3 types of potatoes, capers, a cob of corn and some herbs, rounded off with the option of a bit of melted cheese. Instead of dunking in bread, you use rice and/or avocado to ...
... thought we’d give it a go. Our minibus left at 0830am in the morning, to take us about 1 hour out of the city to the volcano itself. Once we arrived, we had to dump all of our belongings in a locker, and climb a rather precarious looking set of old wooden steps to the top of the mound. Inside the volcano was a huge square pool of mud, and various people in there looking slightly worried. I climbed down a ladder into the pit, and ...
as the driver showed 2 pirated DVDs. We went straight to our hotel which was a
few 100 metres away from the old walled city. We went with our guide for an
orientation walk around the old city which was a great time to do this as the
residents emerged in the coolness of the night and the old town looked its best
lit up. By the time we had finished it was near midnight but we were excited
about exploring the city on our own tomorrow.