>As Ginnie says, it’s always a good idea when you’re travelling to look up!
The one thing I found very beautiful about old town Cartagena (Columbia) were the balconies.
A famous shape graces the town square. I don’t know much about her except that I have seen her in many a travel show and postcard.
Much to my own personal amusement (sorry) I could see a reflection of the town square in this lady’s left.. but I digress..
The narrow streets of old town are lined with balconies
No, we are not in Shanghai yet. I will wait till we get to china to buy things made there.
A simple way to keep your fruit fresh – the good ol‘ plastic bag with holes.
A pretty impressive door knocker if I do say so myself
“Blender Row” (my name for it) was a street of kiosks selling used blenders.
Yes, this picture did cost me a dollar but was well worth it.
Watermelon rinds are feast for feathered friends
We sail early, goodbye Columbia, it was nice seeing you for (under) 2 hours.
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