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... br> Today we have arrived in Cartagena. We did not have a tour planned. Rich did his thing and I went down to sit in a lounge area to read. Rich came to get me a few minutes after I had gone down to tell me that Rose and Elizabeth were going to go shopping and did I want to go. Did not have to think twice about that.
A shuttle took us from the ship to the main gate, all of about a one minute ride. There was a store with lots of ...
... we found we were on the opposite side of the old city to what we wanted. Again we decided against a taxi and made our way back to where we had just come from. This time we found people who knew where we needed to go and a local drug dealer walked us to the hostel we were after. There is nothing quite like walking with heavy bags for an hour in a hot and humid city, and Chris estimates the combined weight of his bags to be around 30 kg at the ...
... we had a group of friends from UK, France, USA and we were all heading to a Colombian Street Festival down the road. In true Irish style we bought a nagan of Smirnoff and drank it on the street. The festival was fab with all the locals dancing and singing. We then headed to our first nightclub, it was...interesting! No photos of that as we were not brave enough to bring the camera on our first night out!
... idiot? Set your mind wandering. There is romance and wit and humour everywhere. It's just a matter of knowing how to find it. He laid down his pen and paper. And meanwhile, standing and sweating in the heat, men and women drink water from earthen jars, held in the dust and chaff of threshing grain. And there are hawks in the sky which circle looking for the mice which run from the sounds and the movements of the machines. And the men, underneath their natural and ...
... as though I was standing to those peering down from outside the pit, which was deceiving to those just entering.
The mud was naturally heated by the sun and, seeing as we had come in the late afternoon, it began to get cold. After you exit the Volcano, you get a brief wash. Then, you are instructed to go to the lake at the bottom of the Volcano where locals await to help you rinse off. Trust me when I say that mud gets everywhere! All in all a very interesting experience.