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... There were much more stories but I zoned in and out as I was not entirely convinced about the accuracy of Ali's accounts!! We arrived at the volcano, donned our bikinis and climbed the steps to the mouth of the mud volcano. As it neared my turn to go down the steps into the mud bath, I was getting more and more anxious about getting into the gloopy charcoal-coloured mud with a bunch of strangers and for the manhandling that would ensue from the "masseuse" that ...
... gave me the perfect excuse to go back with Gill and Lisa and sleep the wine off. The thunder was so loud it went straight through us and we sat under the stone arches trembling. The only thing for it was to order more wine and watch the electric cables and sockets of the fans disappearing in all the puddles and streams. Eventually getting a taxi, we went through flooded streets, with a taxi driver who concentrated on his sudoku all the ...
Since Scott received his suitcase in the middle of the night, he was able to shower and put on fresh clean clothes. I was able to shower and put on some clothes that were fresher, but even with washing them in the sink, I think the stench is permanent! :)
I woke up and my back was still out. It has been 6 days, and I thought I better do something about it today, because in San Gil, there might not be any chiropractors. I searched ...
Cartagena is the 5th largest city in Colombia, with a population of 1.1m people. We were surprised at how large it is - we were expecting another small seaside resort! The city is connected by a series of bridges and has two distinct parts - an old, historic city and a very modern, cosmopolitan city.
Like many of the ports we've visited around here, Cartagena was founded by the Spanish in 1533 who used it ...
... would later discover that we had actually passed Playa Blanca on the way out, much to our annoyance. However, there was some good news, we didn't have to visit the aquarium for 25,000COP (10USD), we could go snorkeling instead! Unfortunately, although we had our own masks and snorkels we had to pay 30,000COP for the snorkel "guide", a 16 year old boy who stood on much of the dead coral, generally pestered many of the beautiful tropical fish swimming around the area and tugged ...