La Passion Hotel Lounge
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
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... for some local food. Up to now we have been pretty disappointed with the food, it's all been very western and normal to us; pizza, pasta, chicken and chips, nothing we felt was very authentic. Until we came across this small, non-descript restaurant which we soon found out had no menu and served a set lunch time meal, presumably aimed at the locals. We sat in the much needed air-con room and were immediately served fresh lemon and mint ...
... had to make it back to grab our bags and a cab to take us to the airport. An hour flight later and we arrived in Cartagena, a picturesque colonial town on the Caribbean. What that means is beaches and hot heat and humidity. Walking off the plane I almost felt like I was coming home - it reminded me so much of Nicaragua. But it's definitely not Nicaragua. First of all: people here drive like ****! I swear there are no rules for the roads. And that's saying something if you've ...
... long, opting to head back to the hostel to continue on. The next day involved an extremely cultural Colombian experience; a very hungover group expedition to a nearby McDonalds in a shopping mall, followed by a siesta in the tranquility of my air conditioned dorm room. Following the culture of Cartagena we collectively decided to head on to Taganga for the weekend, an un-adulterated beach/party town about 5 hours away aong the Caribbean ...
... jewelry on the street. One man offered me an excellent price, so I purchased a long silver-colored beaded necklace.
We hailed a taxi outside the city wall to take us back to the hotel. Scott, Greg, and Courtney took the tour bus for the evening ride around the city. It has a different feel on this sunset tour. It rained, but the canopy over the second floor kept them mostly dry. I chose this time to take a much needed shower ...
... took us for a brief walk through La Boquilla. When we drove around the area previously in the taxi I felt pretty nervous. This area looks like a hotbed for crime with its dilapidated buildings, poorness and stacks of rubbish piled everywhere in the dusty tired looking streets. He took us to a beach side food place. After much confusion we ordered two dishes of fish. Pargo and something else. The dish was basically fried fish with some salad, potato frittos, sweet rice and salad. It ...