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... find someplace to watch and we finally ended up on the outskirts of this open air casino where we could barely see the tv. After awhile some men offered to trade spots with us so we could be in the shade, and then others later offered to give us their seats so we really got lucky.
Watching the game with Colombians was just crazy. I've never seen such emotion related to a sports event. Every bad call, goal, foul, etc just brought ...
During my two weeks in Cartagena, I had the opportunity to meet and work with some fabulous locals. The organization that I was working with was called Emerging Voices and it is a NGO (non-government organization) that wears many hats- teaching English, working with young teen mothers, helping at a youth drug rehabilitation center, entertaining young children with cancer, feeding the local homeless population, etc. The list goes on and on... And the founder, Monica, is only ...
... thing going on. Really nice to just wander around the streets, soaking in the ambiance. Not so nice that all the streets are packed with people trying to sell you something that you don't want. Sigh.
Still, aside from that it is a lovely old town. Outside the central area it really reminds me of Miami. There are a bunch of skyscrapers, but they aren't all tightly packed, and there is ...
... cost less than a dollar. Amazing.
Aside from the food, Cartagena also has an amazing nightlife. It can be a little crazy (Sam was offered cocaine three times in two nights, once by a guy claiming to be friends with Ben Cousins), but it can also be quite laid back. You can have any kind of night out you wish. For example, at one end of our street was Cafe Havana, a world famous place for live Latin Jazz music and rum. It gets packed out at around 11pm by ...
... the serpent but God, and the reader who fails to see this is the one who is deceived. As the saying goes, "If you want to get kids to do something, tell them not to do it."
He who tastes not, knows not.
In Hebrew the tree of knowledge of good and evil is the tree of Tov-Raa. And what are the meanings of Tov (translated "good") and Raa (translated "evil")? Well, Tov expresses the continuity of existence, the status quo to which we cling as ...