Hotel Toledo

Av San Martin No. 6 -40, Cartagena, Colombia | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Cartagena

A "beading" cartel in Cartagena

A travel blog entry by dougo


... could book a tour for tomorrow. The shore ex person said “Tomorrow?” We don’t have any tours tomorrow”. The two little old ladies repeated their request then the shore ex person said we are cruising all day tomorrow through the Panama Canal. Then the two little old ladies said they wanted tour tickets for the Scenic Cruising….shore ex lady explained very kindly that no-one was leaving the ship and they would be able to see it from lots of places on the ...

To Live is to Die (ride the snake)

A travel blog entry by chimichenga


... such as: "When the individual feels, the community reels"; or "Never put off till tomorrow the fun you can have today," or, as the crowning statement: "Everybody is happy nowadays." Man's happiness today consists in "having fun." Having fun lies in the satisfaction of consuming and "taking in" commodities, sights, food, drinks, cigarettes, people, lectures, books, movies - all are consumed, swallowed. The world is one great big object for our appetite, a ...

Searching for the Jewel of the Nile in Cartagena

A travel blog entry by headingout


... I mean, it would seem more appropriate to be looking for the Emerald of the Amazon, in Cartagena, wouldn't it? After all, the Nile is on a different continent, the last time I checked. Oh boy, I am so confused. By the way, it is really hot in Cartagena. Of course, it is on the Southern side of the Mar de Caribe (car-ee-bay), Carribean Sea. But, this means, we get to wear Summer clothes, and watch the TV news which is broadcasting a lot of footage of cold weather in ...

So we bathed in some sloppy mud volcano.....

A travel blog entry by lynsey_and_john

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... where everyone had to leave their stuff, and you were allowed to leave your valuables in a locker. Once we were ready they took us up to the volcano, you had to leave your flip flops down at the bottom of the steps and climb up barefoot. There were so many rocks and bits of dry mud that your feet were actually sore going up the steps.

While on the coach journey, the tour guide actually told us about the services that they provide once we were at the mud volcano. ...

Huidobro y Neruda

A travel blog entry by nicolenoordhoek

... We boarded the plane a bit before take off. About an hour after take off, the plane began to descend and I was wondering what was going on. The plane landed at the airport of Arica, in Chile and it turns out that a none stop flight in South America is not the same as a none stop flight in Europe, as this was a stop and there would be another. But Arica was not just a stop to let people off, everyone had to get off to pass through Chilean immigration. Then, all transitting passengers ...

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