Hotel Regatta Cartagena
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- Minbar in room
- Continental Breakfast
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Multilingual staff
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We were met with warm greetings and hugs on our return to the hotel.
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... br> 2. Feeder flights - allow as much time as possible between arrival time and the departure time of your next flight. I thought 2 hours 10 minutes was long enough - but wasn't especially with a terminal change at somewhere like Heathrow, a late arrival, and not having ben booked all the way through at the start.
3. Don't fly BA....... unless no other flights involved or important travel deadlines to be met.
4. Carry toothpaste and toothbrush with you - ...
In the Emerald City! Cartagena de Indias Colombia today, emerald country, and another scorching tropical day. After putting the cameras out on the balcony in Ziplock bags to warm up w stake a few shots of the dock area , breakfast and then head ashore. it is already 31c and forecast for getting up to 38c with chance of tropical rain. There is s port shuttle from the ship to the port gates where there is a duty free shop and a fiercely air conditioned souvenir shop. Also ...
... pain to join us for the day, Tony being a gentlemen stay behind to look after her and procure additional provisions. DayDay, Erin and I off to Old Town to explore and begin in earnest our search for the familia of Castro Valdez. Castro of course is the little perro or dog of our friends Yves and Tony. We believe that Castro's ancestors are originally from Columbia. We have even heard that the family may have been entrepreneurs and have some type of ...
... the worst bed spot. Onmy boat the twin cabin is $650. The general itinery is two nights at sea, then two and a half days bouncing around San Blas before getting into Panama mainland around 2pm on Sunday 15th. The biggest unknown at the moment is I'm the only person signed up!
In the evening I had a few drinks with a couple of Finish guys on holiday and a Danish girl. Conversation was a bit hard work, so I wasn't heartbroken when they called it an early night.
After another full day at sea, we pulled into the large harbour at Cartagena, Columbia at dawn on Sunday. We were up in the Crows Nest to catch the view, and it did not disappoint. This was a lovely, modern and apparently vibrant city in a gorgeous maritime setting. Prejudices about Columbian crime cartels faded quickly.
Everyone had breakfast while we docked, and hurried onto the pier to explore our first and ...