Hotel San Martin Cartagena
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We tried to get away relatively early to avoid the worse heat but it didn't seem to make a great deal of difference as we went to view the old castle nearby. The tunnel system inside was pretty amazing but we both freaked out when we were underground and the power tripped out for a minute. We spotted from up the top of the castle a nearby shopping centre so we headed ...
Another day of travel
3 hours on the boat back to Turbo.
Then on to a bus
But not the bus they were pushing me to get on
I waited, sat down had a beer, Meet two ladies who sorted me out a mini bus, to get me to Montia.
Then bus number Loria, then a bus to Catagena
Because it was dark by the time I arrived in Catagena I taxied to hotel.
Just one night in this hotel, because the WIFI keep cutting out, and the room is dark.
... of the Sinús, an Amerindian people who customarily buried the dead with all their possessions. However, in 1552, a fire reduced the village (whose buildings were made of wood at the time) to ashes, and Pedro de Heredia ordered that all structures be made of stone from that point onward. This directive enabled the city to preserve its lovely architectural heritage to this present day.
As the Spanish continued colonizing South America, they discovered and ...
... the available funds to make it permanent, some of the clothing stores advertise a certain type of jeans that supposedly can be very helpful in the shaping and showing of the area (see photo below). Anyway, back to the beach, there were plenty of other fun things to watch - kids practically delirious with fun building ridiculous cities of sand and inexplicably throwing mud at each other, overweight men in patterned swimsuits passed out face-down on the beach, and a ...
... lined the coast all around. And the houses looked ram shackled and broken. What was saddening was the children. As the boat approached the island, very poor children (all under 8 years maybe) jumped of the wharf, swam to the boat and clawed up the sides asking for money. Then some older teenaged boys in a canoe latched onto the boat - also asking for money. It was really sad. We next made two stops along the next island. Most people got off here on this island. While on the boat we met ...