Hotel Boutique Bovedas de Santa Clara
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... sanctuary with deer, lorikeets and monkeys, which I'm sure most harbours around the world have. There was also the souvenir shop attached of course.
Once we walked outside, there was an onslaught of taxi drivers with a ripoff fixed fare of $20 to the city. Considering the trip took ten minutes, that would've been a good fare for a taxi driver in any part of the world! When we finally arrived at the walled city, our walking tour wasn't until 10.30, so we ...
... Because tomorrow we leave the malaria free zone of Cartagena and are in the 'risk' area. So finally with two mosquito nets on board we headed for playa Blanca in a rather small boat weighed down with people. They made Mark sit in the front because he's big (grande) to distribute the weight better. That kinda sucked for him as he got stuck in the sun the whole time. But once the boat was moving it was fine. It took about 45 minutes to get out to playa Blanca. Once you ...
... or annoyed or scared by those events. Judgement. Emotion. Life!
I worked up the courage to ask him what he thought of what he had read on this here blog. He's someone who will offer a straight answer.
"It's too factual, mate."
I nodded with a mouth full of avocado, beef, and dorito. Really, I do seem to want to just pack all the facts in the world into each entry, whether these facts are about Colombian presidents or JPEG compession. Facts ...
... la paleteria. Not only did they sell ice cream but their shop was as cool as a freezer...excellent. For lunch we found a typical colombia restaurant selling menus for 7000pesos. One things for sure is that you always know what to expect from a menu...rice, chips, patacones (fried plantain) and a slab of meat or fish. So when it comes to choosing it doesn't take overly long, excellent when you are starving. That night we decided to headed to the "busy ...
Cartagena is astonishingly beautiful with its fortress, the colonial architecture of the old town and little squares where you can eat and drink on the street. Just walking through the small alleys and looking at the little balconies covered in colorful flowers made it worth a trip. I went out with my Australian and German dorm mates, three Argentinean girls and we had a fun Electro music night at the rooftop of the hostel. However Cartagena was ...