La Passion Hotel Lounge
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... miljöer samt en konfrontation med katt-torterande tyskor så var det dags att bege oss vidare, till Überturiststaden Cartagena, där ryktet sade att världens godaste chokladglass fanns.
Något man lär sig i Colombia är att aldrig stressa upp sig över när saker går oplanerat, då detta är mer regel än undantag. Dock vet man att det löser sig med ett par timmar marginal och en taxichaufför.Värt att hålla i minnet är att om folk ...
... increased the pressure to keep smiling through the agony. We were caught a little by surprise when our sweet new friends, clearly proud of their handiwork and oblivious to our pain, turned from hairstylist to entrepreneur and asked us for payment. We handed them a few hundred pesos (about £1) - and after looking down it with what definitely appeared to be disgust (either they thought their handiwork was worth a bit more or thought ...
... that I payed!
The next day, Natalia and I ventured out to the mud volcano. It was definitely an experience worth doing and was unlike anything else that I have done during my time in South America. After climbing to the top of the 15m, somewhat under whelming volcano, you arrived to see a scene of giggling people in what was a large pit of mud in the crater. Due to such school girl like giggling, I assumed that everyone was as high as a kite, but ...
... buildings; we came across a beautiful section of yellow pastel archways and later discovered the shopfronts and boutiques that now reside there were once a sequence of dungeons. But it’s not long before the overbearing heat and 90% something humidity takes it’s toll and the inviting air conditioned retail spaces and coffee shops selling frappacinos call you from across the way.
There’s fat else to do in Cartagena aside from wander the old town and take in ...
... of Sapzurro and Capurganá to the history-rich city of Cartagena. The San Blas islands are part of the Kuna territory in Panama - an indigenous region here - and are absolutely breathtaking. We sailed past picture-perfect islands consisting of a few palm trees and nothing else, we had a bonfire on a tiny sand-only island and we did some pretty cool snorkeling the entire time. Our 8 fellow companions on the boat were luckily pretty awesome as well, so we continuously had a lot ...
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking