Paraiso Secreto

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

Caribbean Coast

A travel blog entry by tim.quaye


After the relative hustle and bustle of the cities I headed for the Caribbean coast. Taking a flight from Medellin to the beautiful colonial city of Cartagena. I heard rumours it was oppressively hot, which was confirmed when I left the air conditioned airport and almost immediately started sweating despite it being 5pm.

The guide book said and was right when it described every other street as worthy of a photo! It really is architecturally stunning.

From here I did ...

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 ...

To Live is to Die (ride the snake)

A travel blog entry by chimichenga


... complete. Is it possible that Cain's "curse" is actually a blessing?

"If the psyche is to awaken to what is real, then it must learn to live with and face up to uncertainty. To do so requires that it be free from all the stereotyped formulas which bind it to rigid ways of living. The psyche is subconsciously afraid. Afraid to lose its precarious security. It calls its state of fixation good. Above all, it fears to live in uncertainty. But to do so ...

Day 2 - Rested and ready to see more of Cartagena

A travel blog entry by unplugged


Today was a day of walking, we must have walked 10 miles and covered most of the Walled City. We slept in a little - well deserved, we had been awake for about 40 hours so the nights rest did us good.

We went downstairs and were greeted by the hotel staff. I think that we were the only ones in the hotel, it being Sunday, most everyone had checked out. We went to the restaurant that served a combination buffet and menu, our main ...

The best way...

A travel blog entry by maracuya


The best way to start a holiday is with a holiday. Relaxation assured by Tashi's new Colombian friends we were on our way to Carribean. Specifically Cartagena on the north coast of Colombia. Cartagena, pronounced cart-a-he-na is seeped in history. Once a key tactical port for the Spanish invaders, now a thriving vacation spot for Colombia's new middle class. As for tourism it was a bit expensive for our budget but there were a lot of older groups and retirees ...


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