Hosteria Mar y Sol
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- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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TripAdvisor Reviews Hosteria Mar y Sol San Andres Island
Travel Blogs from San Andres Island
... up and said 'whiskeyyyy' it was very funny but they were clearly some of many kids that grow up hanging around the rum and whiskey bars on the island. Peri played with the kids for a while and had a great time until it was getting late and time to start the long walk back to the hostel. 24th- for some reason we got mixed up and thought it was Australia Day in Australia, so we were planning to listen to the hottest 100 at night. We had a chilled ...
... beach and were told we could only go to the island the next day at 8:30 in the morning. After trying to get information out of this clearly high woman we found out there was another tour leaving at 3:30 that took us to a few places on a boat and then to the acuario island where we could see sting rays. So we got our ticket and decided to have a swim at the beach. We had bought snorkels on the way as we knew they would come in handy and we would be using them a lot ...
... a ticket back to the US, from Mexico, but the receipt was sitting in my e-mail inbox, and there was not an internet connection at the airport. I had just twenty minutes to head to the nearest internet cafe, print my ticket, and return to the airport.
Bolting outside, scanning the area for taxis, I found a man who said he would take me to the city and back for $10. Aside from seeming way too expensive, I didn't have ten dollars on me, and didn't have time to go to an ATM to ...
... island by a scandinavian bloke as we both waited unknowingly and uninformed for delayed buses in peru. who knew a fleeting chat would lead to the best stop of my trip. a real taste of paradise
They call it the sea of seven colours. mainly howeever, its just several delightful shades of bright blue. blendde perfectly with the bright white sandy beqches, palm trees and reggae culture. A forgottendot of caribbean. Strong ...
... could do with some more utensils) and good living spacious (probably the most room out of all the ones I stayed in, but would prefer some more couches). A little noisy next to the busy street but did not hear any noise at night.
Cost: 33,000 pesos for a 8 bed dorm (note: this has since gone up to 42,000 pesos)
Sights and Activities:
Hiring a Bicycle: One popular activity is to go around the island, although most choose to hire a golf cart rather than ...