Hotel Boutique Bovedas de Santa Clara
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- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Minbar in room
- Airport Transportation
- Breakfast Available
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... overrun by outside forces. We visited this fortress. It was designed so that if it was overrun, its canons could not be trained on the old city. In addition the two openings to the large bay behind the city were blocked at Boca Grande by a low undersea wall to prevent ships from entering. Also , at Boca Chica, there were armed fortifications to defend the only entrance to the bay.
During one epic battle here, the American Captain Edward Vernon ...
... made me smile. It was a short flight to Bogotá where we changed flights. As we landed the plane shook and Luisa's expressions showed a little worry, but I assured her that it was normal for the plane to feel like it was about to explode. Now just a short note, if you ever go to Bogotá wear something a little warm. We were dressed for the beach and thought we were going to freeze to death. At least we were there for about thirty minutes and then we were off to the beautiful city ...
... had just bought the worst empanada ever, an empty shell of pastry we declared an 'air-penada' and I was receiving a late-start hangover after waking up still drunk from the night before (what better way to say farewell to a country than drinking all the rum?) - it was a ****** morning all round. We were looking forward to getting off the worst bus and retreating to our hostel. Pulling up outside the hostel I'd booked it quickly became obvious that this wouldn't be happening ...
... checking our cafes, restaurants, bars and the local life!
We managed to get on a short bus tour to Volcan el Tomtumo, which is a mud volcano you can now swim in. Approaching it was pretty peculiar as it is just as you would imagine a childs drawing of a volcano to be but surrounded by mangroves. To get to the crater you had to walk, in your swim wear, up a wooden ladder, then you could peer into the small crater at the top. ...
... technical skills, I was unable to rotate the movie upright in the correct file format in order to upload it to TravelPod. But if you watch it, you’ll get the idea. I have since found out that you should take videos with the I-Phone on its side since that is the format for movies. Live and learn.)
We departed Cartagena, once again to the strains of Louis Armstrong, and sailed for the Panama Canal. It’s a wonderful ...