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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Continental Breakfast
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... private transfer bus for Santa Marta with a bunch of other people from the hostel. I happened to admire the bracelet of a guy helping us board the bus. Before we took off, he jumped on the bus and tied the bracelet onto my wrist and was gone again without a word! I spent the 4 hour bus ride trying to advance my Spanish. When we neared Santa Marta, I realised I hadn't a clue how to get to my next stop, Bonda. I hadn't checked how the buses to Bonda worked and ...
... we wandered about looking like something out of Tenko. I am now recovering under a fan.
The streets here are all narrow with lots of balconies - I've tried not to take too many ' not another bloody balcony' pictures. First stop was a museum about the Spanish Inquisition which was a bit much before your breakfast had settled. They had information about how many people were rounded up by the priests and how many were burnt at the stake. Only 5 were burnt in 200 ...
... my blog. Scott did his 30 minutes of walking. I would have joined him, but my back was complaining.
When we returned from the mall, we were informed by the bellhop that another of our bags had arrived. It was our extra bag that we brought with us filled with gifts and used clothing that we were going to store at the Regatta until the Feast time. There were some fragile items in the suitcase, and I had used some clothes that I donated ...
... is a UNESCO listed historical site and is lovely. It's full of winding streets, Spanish colonial architecture, squares and churches. We saw the old slave market, a 17th century Jesuit church and monastery, the 18th century Inquisition Palace, and the Cathedral - although the only building we entered was the Cathedral and much of that was boarded up due to renovations. The Cathedral was started in 1575 but was ...
... constructed from coral and rock around the port city. Today, due to the fortification, much of the old city has been well preserved. The old city is wonderful with narrow streets, plazas, balconies with tropical flowers cascading from them. It's hard too imagine a more beautiful old city and, unfortunately, photos ...