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... becomes clear they are talking to whoever wants to listen. Even if you don't want to listen they talk to you. The woman is really a compulsive talker. When I look at her she turns to me and continues her speech in my direction. I try to save myself by telling her I don't speak Spanish. But I make the mistake by saying that in Spanish so she doesn't believe me. She is not interested whether I can speak Spanish anyway, as long as I can understand it, switching the subject to the quality ...
... to Santa Marta.....a four hour nightmare only lessened by the appearance of a McDonalds. I will admit I was not totally committed to going to carnival before, but I am so glad I did. For four straight days (11hrs sleep in total) I didn't stop smiling and having fun. The French, Portuguese, Norwegian, Colombians and English people I met were amazing, we were a great group and all people wanted to do was have fun. It was the first time in over a year, ...
... ladies was wearing. We were gobsmacked when she took them off and handed them to Kelly as a gift. Colombians really are some of the nicest people we have met.
We left Isabel and her family with the promise of meeting up the next day for a party. After some very delicious chicken we headed back to our 'hostel' for the evening's festivities. We drank with the others for a while before heading off the a salsa street party where we danced the night away!
... the evening meal, is the lightest of the day (Now isn't there something practical about this?)
I'm lucky; not only does Nuri love to cook --- she's a creative and an excellent ...
... the young colombian girls (think very much gypsy wedding), but I think you just have to accept it as part of their culture. Plenty of meat on a stick, beer and salsa. And the added touch of everyone wearing their colombian football shirts- a sea of happy yellow people. Quite the party.
Then further north we must go.