Los Balcones de Badillo Hotel
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... around my ankles, having steroids injected into my ass.
Harry was charged around 200,000 pesos for this delight. That's about 70 quid in real money. At least Dr Steroids, who was actually a very friendly man, drove him back to his hostel, where Harry spent a couple of soothing hours lying in bed covered in ointment.
So the rash is going down, though itchy in places, and the steroids a working a treat, for now Harry can bench press 500 ...
... busy South American City. Further out on the peninsula lies the long strip of high rise hotels, condominiums and time share developments. It reminds me of a little Miami on the long spit of sand.We spent our first few days wandering around this beautiful town, draped in bougainvilleas and balconies. The town was founded in 1533, and soon became the biggest Spanish port on the Caribbean. After a fire destroyed the ...
... we had arrived. As we stepped onto the docks, we were greeted with a refreshing drink and moist towel to freshen up. “Bienvenidos a Isla Palma”, a woman stated while smiling. There were dancers doing this crazy dance and some drunk men trying to copy their every move. It was pretty funny to watch. Luisa and I were escorted to a table to have a delicious snack and refreshment. Luisa and I still could not believe that we were finally there. After eating, we checked in ...
... Conference so even more than the usual 2000 police around! We walked a lot had lunch and then had a brilliant mojito at a Cuban cigar lounge. Late evening we headed to the wall for a drink for sundowners. Having a jug of sangria was not the cleverest thing (see previous post on being lightweight). Then headed for dinner walked around more as the town comes to life in the evening. After dinner headed for another mojito and a Colombian cigar (warm up for Cuba). Good evening ...
... weather, and our last swim in perfectly warm turquoise waters.
On our final night the girl in our hostel convinced us to take the party bus trip called 'Chiva en Rumba'. It is like an old school bus with no windows and benches. A band sits on one of the benches and plays percussion music. Each row is then given a bottle of rum and coke and it drives around Cartagena, stopping at some sights and part of the city wall for like a ...