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12 viewsWe spent two days in the sleepy seaside village of Capurgana before heading to Cartagena.
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12 viewsThis horse seemed to know where to take the cargo all by itself.
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12 viewsPhil and a little albino gecko.
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12 viewsThe wheels came off on our trip to Cartagena starting with the driver clipping another truck with Phil's surfboard and then this.
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14 viewsWelcome to Cartagena, port town and home to at least a few castles and forts.
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13 viewsThere's still nothing like freshly squeezed OJ in the morning - especially for $1.
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14 viewsThe streets of Getsemani, the area where we were staying.
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14 viewsA trolley of fresh fruit awaits across from our hotel.
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12 viewsNeed a watch repaired? There are many options.
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13 viewsThe clock tower is a new addition to the town, only 200 years old or so.
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13 viewsThey definitely take care of their town.
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13 viewsMore nice looking colonial buildings.
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13 viewsThe old walls that are reason for Cartagena's beauty.
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13 viewsIt looks sort of scholarly.
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14 viewsThe old town of Cartagena is a gem.
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13 viewsThere aren't many chubby women to be seen here so I guess that's why they put in a permanent one.
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13 viewsA cool pirate statue.
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4 viewsDowntown Cartagena, where we hunted for a surf shop.
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12 viewsThe beaches of Cartagena aren't incredible but they're nice enough.
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11 viewsThe castle/fort lit at night.
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