- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... technical skills, I was unable to rotate the movie upright in the correct file format in order to upload it to TravelPod. But if you watch it, you’ll get the idea. I have since found out that you should take videos with the I-Phone on its side since that is the format for movies. Live and learn.)
We departed Cartagena, once again to the strains of Louis Armstrong, and sailed for the Panama Canal. It’s a wonderful ...
... clothes and shoes, Cartagena is a city to suit all budgets. The latter was clearly targetting the wealthy holidaymakers arriving by cruise ship and everything else for locals.
We got chatting with some other backpackers in our hostel and they told us about a local volcanco in which you can climb inside and take a mudbath. After some deliberation we decided to go ahead and book on. After an hours minibus ride, we turned the ...
Salento, truly a great little town. I had been hesitant that it would be touristy but it seemed to have many layers. They would continue to unfold in subtle cool ways.
Up the next morning a bit early. Annie was still in bed, Dad and I wandered out through the misty morning air to get some coffee. We had a couple of good cups, made from the ancient 100 year old machine, using lactose free milk for Dad that for some reason seemed to be everywhere. I slipped out and got a huge cup of ...
... Basically I was only half-interested, and so this summary might reflect some of that interest-halfness.
There were coffee plants and we picked some ripe beans then we saw a machine that takes the skin off the beans then we saw where they wash the beans and roast them then we got a cup of coffee.
I wasn't too thrilled with our guide either. Maybe she hadn't had her coffee yet, because she was lackluster and uninterested. I think ...
... in the wind, but well... That we crossed way during the hike in the Cocoa Valley was the reason, why my time in Salento was that stunning. Even if it was only for three days, I could share a lot of my happy exploring with those wonderful people, who were happy to do so. Especially when travelling alone for such a long time, the period while somebody is there to understand what you experience, is delightful and fulfulling. Thank you for being ...