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TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel Quadrifolio Cartagena
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... Welll in any case, we did make it eventually, and yes, the view was just fog and clouds. We waited for 30min, but since nothing happened we climbed all the 5,000 steps back down again, which was only marginally easier. At least on the way back the clouds finally lifted and we got some spectacular views of Machu Picchu, which ALMOST made up for the torture upfront ;)
Tired but very happy we made ...
... need. After Erin consults further with Jacquline we decide we will all go to the supermarket with her. We catch a cab, pass the pizza joint we ordered from the night before..a good two minute walk from home, pass the airport (5 minutes by car), and reach our first stop a favorite bakery of Jacquline, to get Erin a belated birthday cake. Unfortunately they appear to be closed on Sunday's.. Oh well on to the "mercado". It's just outside of old town, ...
... I┤m on the cusp of getting my phone out to ring my host family despite being told in no circumstances to ever get your phone out in the street when, I spot 2 more policeman looking slightly less intimidating. They have no clue where the apartment is and I stand their looking more and more like a sweaty gringa when they shove a police helmet in my hands and tell me to get on the back of the motorbike. Now bear in mind ...
Unfortunately the wonderful crew went our separate ways, and Amelia and I decided to check out the nation's capital BogotÓ for a couple of days as we had to return to Medellin the following weekend. BogotÓ is derided for it's lack of beauty and safety, so already I felt I had plenty in common with the place. The latter was immediately redundat. Not since Rio in the cup have I seen such a police presence. Young fellas barely of age stand on each corner as ...
... ones from Salento and with no fish were much more enjoyable. Just before we got our food a group of young men in black face paint, yep black paint on black skin came dancing around with machetes etc. it was entertaining. The city is a real cross between Cuba and Panama, gorgeous but lacking something... After a week away we are looking at the city in a new light, not one disappointed in the after glow of the hostel Masaya and Santa Marta, but as a step up ...