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... guide translated to us after each spiel! So, you climb up stairs to the top then climb down some rickety ladders into the lukewarm mud. Its like thick yoghurt consistency and smooth. For some reason its also very boyant which is good as there's no bottom to balance on. Men greet you at the bottom of the ladder, float you onto your back and give you a massage (despite saying no gracias Marcus still received one haha), only cost an extra ...
... wait around all day for us on their last day.
So Lukas and I went to the castle anyway. I felt sort of bad that the past couple of days had been about me trying to find Chris and Chris, while, somewhat, neglecting the friend I had right in front of me, but also, to be fair, and to use, more commas, I had flown to Cartagena because of their peer pressure. Today I was just going to hang with Lukas.
We eventually made it to the castle, and I found out that ...
... of 900k. But it does bring alive the days of Spanish 'glory' through its architecture and culture.
And whats the first thing you do in a very traditional Spanish colonial town? Head to the volcano of course. Not just any volcano, but a hot mud volcano- replace the flowing lava of a conventional volcano and you get the idea. Just outside Cartegna, this miniature and growing mountain juts out of the land and is the result of years of non-stop bubbling ...
We Woke up early but Took our time with breakfast which included eggs today. Our tour bus picked us up around 9am to Volcun del Totumo. The tour was full - and we got a bilingual guide - score! At the site, we got changed and stored our valuables away. We walked up the blistering clay caked stairs to the top of the Volcan - having to take of our jandals before going up - making the trip ********* the soles of our feet due to the blistering sun. We met the family we met the ...
... and the barca match simply by walking round the streets. If this is what they think of European football I can't wait for the world cup.
The hostel I am stying in is great, full of people all backpacking. My roommate persuaded me to go to a salsa lesson with him while my other roommate who is Columbian laughed on. She is also traveling with some Argentinian street performers who ...