Las Americas Resort Cartagena
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... from looking at chewing gum and dog *****.
Another great thing about Cartagena is the Gold Museum here. They haven't quite got their lighting or displays sorted out as in Bogota, but a soldier lets you into the bank vault and there are some lovely gold toucans and humming birds. I took a photo of the funeral urns for you all, as they had lovely smiley faces.
You will be relieved to know that I'm now up to date with the blogs so only one a day from now on. Phew! ...
... them. This turned out to be a good thing. I was able to retrieve a long sleeve t-shirt, a pair of shorts, a fleece, and a dress. Now I had enough clothes that I can wash one set, and wear the other set.
I had just in time for me to meet Esther in the lobby at 2:45 PM. She is very busy with her job, but she was kind enough to offer to take me where I needed to go. I was so thankful, as it was even difficult for her as she did not ...
... too funny. The next two dishes come covered..one is chow mien with the exact opposite ratio of noodles vs chicken that you would expect, and the other is a complete mystery..it seems that they sautéed some mixed vegetables with minced char sui ( Chinese bbq pork) and served them over two marinated whole chicken breasts. Very strange but super tasty, especially the marinated chicken. At this point we are pretty well stuffed thinking "not a bad New Years, especially for being ...
... him. We walked to some of the busier streets of the neighborhood where we found many food stalls and people stopping by them after work. My favorite dishes were the following:
1. A delicious fried dough ball called a bunuelo (Colombian donut), which was so good that it didnīt need any toppings.
2. Chicharones- Fried pork pieces cut up and served with a sour cream topping and hot sauce. Absolutely scrumptious!
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... the mountain. On arrival we were accosted by aggressive junk sellers. A polite 'no gracias' was enough for them to politely withdraw. Once through the gates we had a magnificent view of the city below us. We could just as easily see the shanty towns and slums as well as the Middle class and upper class dwellings from our vantage point. Dedicated to the Virgin de la Candelaria, the patron saint of Cartagena, the monastery stands on the highest point ...