Paraiso Secreto

Carrera 1a. No. 14-26, Cartagena, 1000, Colombia | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Cartagena

Cartagena de Indias

A travel blog entry by lauren.guite


... he said that because God didn't want any more deaths. Obviously I need him to elaborate more on THAT comment, and he said that whenever the Colombian team wins, people celebrate by taking to the streets and firing off their guns and that a bunch of people always die. For that reason and that reason alone I was glad that they lost! After the game we just got some dinner and headed back to the hostel. The next day, we set out to see the ...

Ciudad Perdida, Colombia

A travel blog entry by kaurandmargit


We took a 5 day trek to the lost city. It was discovered in 1972 and is a sacred city in Sierra Nevada. Our guide rafael was from wiwa tribe. Wiwa people are indigenous people who were only discovered in 1940s, before that they lived as 'animals' as rafael put it. It was incredible to hear about all the wiwa customs and traditions and also how much has changed for wiwa people over the last 70 years. The whole trek including the lost city were incredible! So many amazing views and ...

Cartagena - it's possible this is paradise!

A travel blog entry by alex1989cullen


... all day in the blistering heat, making the equivalent of 1 euro per sale and he still looked like the happiest man on earth, just so content with life. Another striking thing about the people of Cartagena, is their generosity. This brings me to my second favourite picture I took, just around the corner from our hostel. A small shop on the square, selling bits and bobs, trying to make ends meet, still has time everyday to feed the birds gathered outside the ...

The Lost City, found...

A travel blog entry by dan_and_casey


... of wildlife, ranging from pretty to interesting, unpleasant to abused. The pretty category included a large number of colourful birds, such as toucans (which we didn't see until the final day and were too quick for the camera) and hummingbirds, frogs, and a number of large and vibrantly coloured insects. Interesting were the large lizards and the squirrels; unpleasant were the biting bugs, not least of which were tics - I had around half a dozen of these awful critters dig their ...

Cartagena by the Sea

A travel blog entry by dinojay2


... children.

One of the most popular foods here is called an "arepa" - my favourite is the "arepa carne", which is basically just four different variations of meat stuffed into a tortilla. Five different food groups, by my reckoning. Also, as for the word "arepa", I wouldn't recommend using it any more than necessary among other English speakers, especially not in sentences such as "I would like arepa" or "you want meat arepa?"

From our window we ...


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