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 …
... until the generator was switched off at 10.30. I was already in 'bed' by then (if lying in a sleeping bag liner on a child's foam mattress in a small 2 man tent counts as a bed...) as I was starting to feel dodgy, I'd clearly overheated in the last couple of days- and had restricted cooling mechanisms due to my toasty red burn. It got worse overnight and I clearly had a fever plus the weirdest delirium when attempting to sleep, and that wasn't just the strange jungle ...
... ll salsa with you. Now this man spoke very very little English but dance is a universal language. He was AMAZING! Normally I lead when I dance. Nope, not this time. Carlos had all control. It kind of felt good to let the man lead, something a little different for me. The people around were asking where I was from and/or am I Colombian. I guess My salsa skills were up to par lol. I didn't want to stop. As we were about to leave the dance floor, Joe Arroyo ...
... until the World Cup semi final came on, then they all just sat and watched with glee as Brazil got demolished by Germany. I was very happy, as I didn't really want to go on the trip because I would miss the football (but being the loving, selfless husband I am, I went along with Megan anyway) and they actually showed it in this isolated tropical paradise that doesn't even have fresh, running water. We watched the second half on ...
... of fear burdened by dogma and an uncertain future in a geographical heaven or hell, depending on their ability to obey the recipe for "salvation" as dictated by the princes of the world. We see the same confusion over "death" when it comes to YHSHWH or Jesus, who taught a perpetual psychological death and resurrection. (This is why Calvary is also called Golgotha, which in Hebrew means place of the skull.) Just as the absolute contains the relative and ...