Hotel Boutique Bovedas de Santa Clara
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... allerdings nicht sooo braun :-)
Gestern war ich mit ein paar Leuten aus dem Hostel am Playa Blanco, wunderschoener weisser Sandstrand mit tuerkisblauem Wasser. Wenn es das Paradies wirklich gibt, dann ist es hier!!! Im Schatten goennen wir uns Langusten und gegrillten Fisch. Wir sitzen kaum ein paar Minuten, schon will eine Dame unbedingt meinen Nacken massieren... gratis natuerlich :-) Nachdem ich nach einer Stunde ungefaehr 3 kostenlose Nackenmassagen ...
... a free walking tour that was included and as the only English-speaking tourists we got one to one translation from the guide. We visited famous Colombian author, Gabriel García Márquez house and learnt about how the city came to be and grow around the walls. After the walking tour we were back on the bus headed for the new part of the city. We hoped off on Saint Martin Avenue, one block from the beach, it is mainly a tourist spot; the streets are lined with restaurants and shops. It ...
... We joined them for dinner, which consisted of fresh fish caught earlier that day. I never thought I could manage with the head and tail still visible (I don’t like to look into the eyes of my dinner, I had made an exception with the lobster!). The fish was delicious so tasty and homemade chips like home.
Listening to the waves lapping against the shore was soothing but in the confines of our net and with the singing of the mad lady running the hostel it was difficult ...
... I have a way to go yet before I can consider myself fluent.
The heat was a defining part of the Cartagena experience so the pool, aircon and fans were in great demand. A 24 hour power cut reminded us of how much we come to rely on these things. Lying there drenched in sweat at 3am, I thought of the Kerouac novel. I also thought of the pool outside so jumped in to cool off.
... Dotted here and there are gorgeous squares where, had you not a backpacker budget, you could easily sit and while away a sunny afternoon, being serenaded by a local mariachi band and supping the local tipple. You’d perhaps purchase a local style hat (similar to a Panama hat), suck on a havannah cigar and watch the carts full of a wonderful variety of tropical fruits clatter past. Alas we couldn’t enjoy any of the amazing looking ...
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Fitness/Health center