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... I would pay someone to do it. I'm also worried I won't pack the right stuff. Do I pack that extra shirt? Leave it out? What should go in my carry on?
And shoes. That's its own packing dilemma. It deserves a separate category. Athletic sandals for strolling? Tennies for more athletic activities? Flip flops for the beach and walking around the hotel rooms? A closed clog for when it rains? A nicer pair of heels for nicer dinners out? All of ...
... April 15:
Take a short flight to the coastal town of Cartagena. Staying with a couple from the U.S. through airbnb for two nights.
Wednesday, April 16:
Explore the walled city of Cartagena and head to El Totumo, a mud volcano where tourists like myself pay money to float in "healing" mud.
Thursday, April 17:
Take a short flight back to Bogota and stay near the airport with a lady from airbnb. (Airbnb is ...
... Hare @10:18 PM
I will be chauffeured to and from the Westen Chalet by my dad in the early AM on the way out and by my mom in the late PM on the way back. I try to schedule my flights for times that are convenient for their schedules, even though I know they will drop off or pick up at any time. I don't know what I will do when ...
... the coffee, also doesn't disappoint.
4) Both have friendly people. Panamanians are very proud, and Colombians were named the happiest people on earth in 2013.
I'm still in the planning stages of what I will do, but am discovering new things about both of these places the more they are researched. I'm excited for what's to come!
... scorpions in my bed or room
Observations from my time in Mexico:
-The driving here is CRAZY! Yet I found it weird how I never saw an accident. There are also so many hills with speed bumps and stop lights at awkward places that I thought a couple of times we were going to get stuck and have to push.
-Very hilly climate that when traveling from town to town you are up ...