Las Americas Resort Cartagena
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... cities, meeting new friends, experiencing new cultures, witnessing bioluminescent waters, practicing Spanish, crawling through sacred caves, sailing the open sea, surfing, hiking up a volcano, tasting bazaar food, enjoying waterfalls, snorkeling with sharks..... oh my goodness it's been wild!
We both want to continue to travel but our paths lead us in different directions. Jaman landed ...
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Esther said that the people that own the Regatta and other hotels, opened a new boutique hotel in the Old City. It is called Cartaxa, which is the original name of this city when it was founded. She wanted to show me the hotel, so she called the hotel driver, and we drove to the hotel. There are 25 ...
... up and toured the squares of the city.
Though there is no beach in walking distance of the city you can get a bus to an island to see the playas Blancas and stay the night in a hammock which we will do tomorrow and be back in time to start my week long Spanish course before I head back to Bogota. With intense knowledge of spanish and salsa the whole of Latin America will be at my feet.
... eat so he had coffee instead.
Upstairs to download photos to see what he had been up to and it seems to local ladies with fruit on their heads took a shine to Dean, and Dean took a shine to a few things and picked up a few bargain souvenirs …. Doug took only photos and left tips – lol
We decided to go to the Elite lounge tonight - port and Stilton Cheese is on the menu … and the show at 6.30 ...
... and routine are sought by most people, life to me is about risk, variety, growth and transformation. Nevertheless, I'm the first to admit that there's a fine line between escaping and exploring. But it seems to me that notions like status, arrival and achievement often contradict the purpose of life, for they tend to become cherished dwellings instead of new points of departure. Every answer or result ought to be a springboard for new quests and ...