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... know of 14 other boats who will be doing “Christmas in Cartagena”.
Note: we’re not saying that we are heading out the Panama Canal. The canal undertaking is one that we are not prepared to decide on yet. We may very well head up the Central American coast and come back to Florida, but we just haven’t decided yet. We’ll have see where the winds and following seas take us.
... Independence Day which occurs on Friday. Our very good guide Luther explained how each town is named after a Saint. Saint George, St. John, St. Mark, St Andrew, St. David and St. Patrick. The huge Catholic Cathedral can be seen clearly as well as the tower of the Presbyterian Church but still looking worse for wear after Hurricane Ivan hit here in 2004.
The national flower is Bougainvillea which is everywhere swathing the island in loud bursts of colour. Also lots ...
... business. Nobody seemed to to scamper to safety. The storm was only in the sea, it would barely touch them and if anything, just make them wet. I looked back again. Ferocious looking clouds, storm, the unknown dangers of "what could happen" came with it. I looked back again. Calm, peaceful, everyday routine and behavior. I looked at my boat. Some people were jumping back on the boat, some people were staying in the water. I looked into the eyes of my guide. He knew ...
... charming and friendly they all are. xx
It was a five minute drive to our whale and dolphin spotting boat. I immediately went up on top under the bimini roof, you see more up there and the lard arsey ones couldn't get up the stairs. So, all ...
... a cave tour I wouldn't recommend it, shame but there it is.
Rather than go back to the ship we asked the tour coach driver to drop us of in the middle of town and we'd make our way back to the ship later. We enjoyed a pleasant hour wandering through the local markets, eventually making our way to the parliament building which we were unable to view inside as parliament was sitting, and then we met Randolph the Rasta.
Randolph runs the only ...