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... A skinny legged girl in short skirt and hiking boots sells candy she and her friend have made from chocolate, oats, Arequipa (tropical fruit) and banana. There's a tottering old lady with a cane, a busty babe in 4" heels, kids on bicycles careening through everything, boys hunting girls and girls happy to be found. There's a little girl in a ruffly pink skirt riding a pink bicycle with pink tennies --some things never change.
There's a juggler, ...
... yummy onion gravy - so good! Can you believe still feel hungover today so instead of my wine i had water! Had headache too and so thirsty! After dinner we just vegged out on balcony. I what's apped mum, tried to delete photos! Then we went out around 5 to try watch sunset but we were a bit late! Walked to wall so could see coast. Pretty rubbish sunset. Sweaty feet again - so annoying! We wanted along the wall which was ...
... up. As I said - The Business.
Colombia has proved to be a far more complex country than I expected. The people are proud and happy for the most part, often pretty interested in who you are and where you are from. Sometimes, this means practising your Spanish - like it or not - although I encountered plenty of people who prefered practicing their English! The history is mind bending, particularly in relation to its declaration ...
... along buy a local for a 5-minute massage/rub down in the mud. It was a strange feeling, as it was impossible to sink even though you couldn’t touch the bottom – almost like being weightless for the duration of it. The mud was warm and had a funny smell to it, but apparently was extremely good for your skin. We got out and headed down to the lake for a wash down. For the grand sum of 3,00 pesos, I was grabbed by an ...
Flew from Manaus to Cartagena, Colombia via Panama City.
The only real proof that I had that I was in Panama City airport was the number of people wearing Panama hats. Quite impressive.
But then it was off to hot, history soaked streets of Cartagena, one of the oldest cities in the Americas, with an excellent walled old town, which certainly owes some of its continued existence to tourism, but is nevertheless vibrant with people going about ...