Los Balcones de Badillo Hotel
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... We arrived and checked the time on a clock that apparently hasn't needed to be adjusted in quite a long time. Pic 7. Well there you go Seiko. We saw Spanish architecture and children playing. What town square the world over isn't populated by pigeons? Pics 8 & 9. We were beginning to wilt in the humid tropical climate mid morning when, fortunately, we stumbled upon a Pandora store which even more fortunately was air conditioned and even still more fortunately ...
... know where we are and where we are going. I feel like such a female! But I can't seem to be bothered to figure it out now. It's under control. I asked Mark if this bothers him but he seems content to direct our way and why mess with a good thing!? We are staying at a hostel just outside the historical city of Cartagena called Mama Waldy's. Our reservation was messed up yet again so tonight we have a room with fans and tomorrow we move to a room with AC. I didn't think this ...
... the hamburgers and said our goodbyes before heading down to
the nearby beach to check out the scene. We found a nearby new shopping mall
and went up to the top level food court which had great views over the ocean. After
enjoying the views of the setting sun we headed back to our hotel room which
during the night had the constant blaring music of booze buses called Chivas
... and work hard you can come out of the bottom tiers and get into housing with electricity and running water and live in a safer area.This system if used in the UK would probably cause huge civil unrest but here you can't argue that the poverty levels have dropped by 10% in 3 years. Drastic situations call for drastic measures and the class system is one of those that so far seems to be working.
Walking around the city you are immersed in history in the ...
... like that. Would they focus on the religious aspects such as prayer and quiet shame? Or the more celebratory facets of Easter such as rowdy parades and overly loud chewing of the communion wafers?
Turns out none of these things were very high on the list of planned activities for vacationing Colombians. Cartagena is always about the beaches, and never more so than on public holidays. So people flock to the coast from all the cooler, less sandily festive parts ...