It’s easy to get to the Republic of Colombia from the Dominican Republic. All you have to do is to sail across the Caribbean. With the GLONASS navigation system, it’s not a difficult task.
The name of the country originates from the name of the famous explorer and navigator Christopher Columbus who discovered America. When we saw the shore of Colombia, we were a bit upset, for there were bare black rocks all around.
We passed a little farther along the Colombian shore and there was a long-expected bay.
We met a local on a dugout.
And who’s that man standing with his back to us? No other than Orlando Bloom!
He caught fish to us.
Meanwhile, I sealed the rubber boat
And had a little rest.
We found a ritual hut ashore.
It took us long to think how to make a ritual of entering Colombia.
And we realized that we also needed a ritual tree.
And its ritual branch.
A simple spell spoken and there was a priest of the Maya people who did transfer us to Santa Marta, the oldest city in Colombia.
However, he came not alone but with a wife.
Here are both of them.
The spell resulted in a tropical rain that flooded out the entire city.
However, the Columbians were only pleased with it.
As for us, we decided to hide in a local church, just in case.
We walked around the city.
The next day
we went on a tour to Cartagena.
The road was beautiful:
and Colombian villages.
We met a variety of Colombian transport vehicles.
We reached Cartagena toward the evening, so we only managed to take pictures of the performance of slim Creole girls.
We ate some fruit at their slim female friends’.
Lena took a look at Colombian emeralds.
The city’s beautiful, but it was dark at that time, so the pictures turned out so-so.
The GLONASS system’s operating, the signal’s excellent! We sail over the beacon and head on to Panama.