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Cartagena, a Hidden Retreat

Cartagena, a Hidden Retreat

David Nicolas

Salsa band Cuba Swing performs at La Vitrola, in Cartagena, on Colombia's Caribbean coast.

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Cartagena, a Hidden Retreat

David Nicolas

Carlos Barrios, sommelier at Palma.

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Cartagena, a Hidden Retreat

David Nicolas

Open-air stalls on Calle Primera de Badilla.

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Cartagena, a Hidden Retreat

David Nicolas

Palma's grilled parguito, a sea bass-like fish.

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Cartagena, a Hidden Retreat

David Nicolas

Chef Juan Felipe Camacho at 8-18 restaurant, on Calle Gastelbondo.

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Cartagena, a Hidden Retreat

David Nicolas

Playing the maracas at Cafe Havana, a late-night haunt in the Getsemani neighborhood.

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Cartagena, a Hidden Retreat

David Nicolas

Calle Cochera del Hobo, in the San Diego quarter.

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Cartagena, a Hidden Retreat

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A fruit vendor, a common sight around Cartagena's old city.

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Cartagena, a Hidden Retreat

David Nicolas

Overlooking the old city in Cartagena, founded in 1533 by Don Pedro de Heredia.

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