- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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Hungover on a whole other level today! Didn't get up til 2. First time woke up wasn't til 10.50. Ivo popped in around 11 and said I was I wasted and he had videos to prove it - what?! But I was in no state to move then. Went down to kitchen and local guy was like ah you win musical chairs! No idea who he was! Went to see nikky and mark who said they'd seen the videos - seems Ivo showing everyone! Think I was partly still drunk. Unlike other day when I ...
... of the cartel’s reputation in this part of the world, so we didn’t venture too far afield. (We met some friends onboard who are retired from law enforcement. They were telling us that all of the islands are active in the drug trade so to be wary at all times no matter where you are in the Caribbean.)
We did find some wi-fi at the port so, got caught up with some e-mail then melted back ...
... First day I spent walking around the walled city and then in the afternoon went on a canoe trip....nearly managed to fall out of the canoe as I was getting out of it!!!
I then went for a dinner with some people I had met at the hostel. Colombian food isn"t the greatest...I can see why there is not Colombia restaurants at home! The food basically consists of rice, chips, meat or fish and a lettuce leaf! So overload on carbs ...
... which had a cheap 40,000 COP room so we were sorted. We walked down the road to find something for dinner and bumped into another kiwi couple so we got dinner at the market with them and got a beer and chilled out up at the hostel. We talked all night with them and got to see a bit of a brawl between locals happen out on the street down from our balcony which was pretty ...
... of 7-1.
The next day a group from the hostel gathered for the Netherlands v Argentina semi-final and continued the tradition of putting 'money on the mountain' (i.e. a sweepstake on first goalscorer). I was pretty pleased to have 10 takers - less pleased to draw numbers 4 and 14.
Overall, Cartagena had a real holiday feel to it and some great street food. And it felt very much like the beginning of the end for this trip.