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I had left over spagi for breakfast. It was awesome. Mom visited church with Mr Sheldon, Lisa and Chris at Shepard of the Hills.
Ms Peggy and I stayed home to love on my four legged friends. Lily means love, joy and hope. Lily brought me lots ...
... would later discover that we had actually passed Playa Blanca on the way out, much to our annoyance. However, there was some good news, we didn't have to visit the aquarium for 25,000COP (10USD), we could go snorkeling instead! Unfortunately, although we had our own masks and snorkels we had to pay 30,000COP for the snorkel "guide", a 16 year old boy who stood on much of the dead coral, generally pestered many of the beautiful tropical fish swimming around the area and tugged ...
... beach. But it was done well, the shacks blended into the jungle backdrop and although the beach was busy with street vendors selling their goods, it wasn't on the same scale as on European beaches. If you said " no, I don't want a coconut" they would accept and move on. In fact we took up the street vendors on a few of their offers, enjoying fresh crab for £1.50 and a piña colada in a fresh coconut for £4! The weather was perfect meaning we ...
... there isn't a lot of people around before lunch and it was very quiet walking around the old city. They seem to be very proud of their historical buildings and they have gone to great effort to restore most of them. Cruising down the narrow streets you see many balconies covered in plants, and sometimes banana trees. For lunch we headed back to our hostel and because it's close to the old fort we went there next. At 17,000 pesos it's a little pricy so ...
... issues driving home.
We all agreed that our first time kayaking was a highlight of the trip.
Peggy calculates our expenses. The approximate expenses for each person for the week were:
Condo $200, food and meals out $100, gas $56, entrance fees and MARTA $64. Total for each person $420.