Hotel Casa Del Arzobispado
- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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... the heavy traffic bound for our first stop - the La Popa Monastery. As we started out journey up the mountain, we caught sight of white crosses in strategic places next to the road. There were twelve in total, and we were later told that at Easter, the people make a pilgrimage to the monastery and these markers serve as the 'stations of the cross', where the Catholic population stop and pray at each of the crosses as they make their way to the ...
... to be sick! But decided to go as thought would do me good to do something and get out if the hostel but some random joined us and taxi would only take 4 people so I said I'd stay behind. I attempted to research next movements and was messaging Sam also as sounded like we wanted to do similar route but it was a struggle. Got one night accommodation booked in Santa Marta though, rest can wait til another day when brain functioning! Gutted as checked ...
... We heard the rumours that if you take the effort to walk down to the opposite end of the beach your efforts would be rewarded. They certainly were. We had a picture perfect beach to ourselves which crystal clear turquoise sea. We stayed in a rustic cabana right on stilts right on the beach for £3.30 per night and were served fresh fish and ice cold beers on a table on the beach. Life was pretty damn ...
... d met were stating, threw the biggest party in town on a Wednesday we were told, had a tiny pool and was right opposite the hostel Henry needed to be at for his boat to panama. The only problem was no aircon, which in Cartagena is a real must as it was HOT and HUMID! We decided to take the chance, checked in and headed off for food. That evening a group of us decided to explore a couple of the local bars, which turned out to be expensive and empty. So we reverted to plan B, and ...
... next morning we wandered around the old walled city, which is really all very picturesque, but, in my opinion, it doesn't have the heart and soul of Havana or Trinidad, or the scenery of Antigua, however, it does have the Caribbean and some nice beaches, and an hour drive away it has a naturally occurring mud volcano where you can pay 20,000 Colombian Pesos (about $10) to lay in the mud and get sexually assaulted by the local ...