Los Balcones de Badillo Hotel
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... job in the British Virgin Islands to manage a new golf course and I will look to teach English in Mexico this coming year.
Throughout this entire trip, our families have been so supportive. Thank you for not telling us we're crazy; you know we are! From Belize to Colombia, the experiences have been unforgettable. We are both blessed to have such amazing friends and family.
... the hotel. Each room has a theme of an artist, a musician, or an important person from Cartagena. Each room has the furniture that this person actually owned. There is a terrace on the fourth floor which has a beautiful view of the city.
We returned to the hotel, and the four of us went and had dinner in the hotel restaurant. After dinner, we were all tired from traveling, so we went to bed early.
After a 90 minute flight to Bogota and then a 90 minute flight to Cartagena we jumped in a taxi where we got our first glimpse of the walled city of Cartagena, as our speeding taxi driver delivered us to the hostel. The next day we had a wander through the old town in outrageous heat popping into shops more for the air conditioning than to actually look at anything. We visited cafe del mar, a bar on top of the wall to watch the sunset, but unfortunately were ...
... for us last night so we decided that we’d go to the show again tonight.
The show was a tribute show to Nat King Cole with Danny Ray Evins from Las Vegas singing some of Nat King Cole’s best remembered faves. He actually looked a bit like NKC, especially around the eyes and eyebrows and for me at times his voice was like NKC.
After the show we went to dinner. Crab something for a starter for me, Salad, Surf ...
... said, "No man can step into the same river twice, for it's not the same river and he's not the same man." Believing this to make perfect sense, the previous - and often foolish - posts in this blog are all defunct, just like the person who recorded them, and I'll no doubt have a similar opinion of this post and its author sooner rather than later. (Keep in mind that the word "person" is derived from the Greek prosopon and the Latin persona, both ...