Hotel Regatta Cartagena
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Business Services
- Free parking
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We were met with warm greetings and hugs on our return to the hotel.
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We had a long day of travel yesterday. We were up at 4 AM. Check-in at the airport seemed to take quite a long time. I think the check-in guy had a little bit of an attitude. He just wasn't really friendly. I thought he may have been a newer employee, but another clerk said he had been there longer than her. We left the desk, and I hoped that our …
... powerful fort which was required to protect the city from continuos attack throughout Spanish rule due to the cities importance within the empire. The ending is insight and has become a very real, next time of writing I'll be sitting at home in Ireland. There's a lot of mixed emotions right now, looking forward to seeing family and friends but there is most definitely a tinge of sadness as this crazy adventure comes to a close. I guess I'll be seeing you all ...
... waste. Cartagena is pretty expensive, and we had been round the old town quite a bit. It was good to have a down day. We went into a airconed cafe for a couple of hours and caught up with home, blogs etc. then took a last walk round the old town, before resting in a park before the long bus journey to Medellin. Some excitement was still to be had, we saw a huuuuuge iguana, bigger than the ones in Mexico, and he ran soooo fast. Pretty cool. Made me think of George, ...
... can teach yourself anything with study, practice and patience. Knowledge and life are inseparable; where there is knowledge there can be no fear. Every great teacher and prophet throughout the ages has emphasized that self-knowledge is the only key to true freedom, but What is knowledge, and what is freedom? This brings me to the motivation for yet another trip to South America and the Amazon, where my life was altered indelibly during an ayahuasca ceremony ...
... era (construction started on the fortress in 1536)! It is an impressive structure that can be seen from across the city, with a massive Colombian flag flying from its peak. We slowly made our way up its series of stone ramps and staircases until reaching the top, where we took in the panoramic view of the city. We were also able to explore a network of tunnels within the structure, which was both interesting and relieving as we ...