fresh air then Cartagena de Indias is undoubtedly a place you should
go. The main attractions of this city is enclosed within a fortified
wall built around the 1530’s to protect the city
from pirates who seem to be more than interested in the gold existing
in ancients tombs as well as in Cartagenas’s strategical trading
location. We were expecting a devastating heat while we were there
however the weather was perfectly comfortable. Sunny
everyday but also breezy and very little humidity in particular during
the late afternoons when the sun is setting. Between admiring the
colonial architecture and trying out the ceviche we had a very memorable
Christmas and I highly recommend it.
known Colombian designer, Silvia Tcherassi, was the best for dinner.
(picture above is from Bon Appetit)
Sofitel Legend Santa Clara. Located in an old monastery, the setting and decor couldn’t have been better. The service is excellent as well.
note coffee is so far my favorite coffee and when French pressed it is
hot as hell and you basically get to walk outside on the structure
where the sun seems to bounce all over the place. I don’t really
recommend a visit here, unless you are really-really
This is Mateo. A permanent resident Toucan of Sofitel Santa Clara.
Everyone who goes there expect to see him and get acquainted with him
We decided to hop on a speedboat and spend one day and night at the beach. Our first choice for
Hotel didn’t have any availability but everything works out for the best. We got to spend a wonderful time in
San Pedro de Majagua bathing under the sun, sipping mojitos and munching fish and lobster. We couldn’t ask for more.
The Hotel has suites with outdoor spaces with hammocks where we went late afternoons tired of doing nothing.