Hotel Puertas de Cartagena
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... of drunken mosquitoes flying into walls.
'You should tap that guy!' slurred Geoff Mosquito to his pal Dave Mosquito. 'I haven't been this mashed in years!'
A while later Harry awakens once more to a more intense itching, to an extent that compels him to head off his dodgy mezzanine bed into the bathroom for a look in the mirror.
'Mary Queen of Scots!' exclaims Harry upon the sight of a angrily bubbling rash on his bum, ...
... my trips to Auschwitz and Tuel Sleng , killing field museum in Cambodia. The padres were looking for the devil; and all they needed to do was look in the mirror.
In fact we as humans have not progressed that far after all. We in the US built our nation's foundation on slave labor, and did our share of lynching after emancipation. ISIS is carrying on this horrific behavior today. ...
... we were given the best empanadas both Luisa and I have ever had. We have had a lot of empanadas too! We were able to relax, have a beer and enjoy looking at the plaza before we took a bus to the boat we were going to take to get to the private island we were staying at. After about thirty minutes of leisure time, our guide rushed us onto the bus and we were off to the town of Berrugas where our boat awaited us. The trip was about three hours long, which gave us some time to ...
... to one of the hotels roof top pools which was awesome, we then decided to have a rest and come back to town at 3 for the hop on hop off bus tour. We did the tour which was interesting and realised the town next to Cartagena is where all the main hotels are and a lot more touristy. We did not hop off , that would have required too much energy. After the tour we strolled and had a drink on one of the drinking places on ...
... streets, balconies overflowing with a variety of tropical flowers as they seek to win the annual prize for the best decorated balcony. The old town is surrounded by a wall and natural moat, so it had really good defences to help against invasions from the French and English, as we learnt on our audio tour of the castle. In fact Cartagena was the main port for the Spanish to get all their ill-gotten-goods out of South America and back ...