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Travel Blogs from Taganga
... that there is a restaurant and it's very quiet compare Taganga. We came back the next day, talked another person who offered us a better deal, daily special he said lol PADI FOR 550 000 and 2 days dive for 200 000. We agreed and asked them to stay in the cabana the first night of Dav's training. The diving school we choose was Nautilus. They have a website too. They are located right in front of the beach, beside the ice cream ...
... lucky and got hit by the strong wind in his hammock. It was a pretty awesome place to sleep though! Still on 'trek time', we woke up at 5am, rolled out of our hammocks and strolled out on the rocks to watch the sunrise... After breakfast, we were lucky to spot quite a big green iguana at the back of the beach, before setting off to get the bus another hour up the road to Palomino. It's a perfectly nice place but nothing special, but for some reason ...
... those people partying, you know me right but we arrived pretty knackered from Cartagena and the early calls to go diving didnīt help for sure so not too much of it. There was a big free club on the top of the cliff, a quite nice place with a lot of potential but unfortunately tuned with cheesy club music. Too bad!
So we chilled quite often in our really nice hostel with lots of open spaces. ...
... so that if any get away they can be returned to the right class. Over the years the variety of ways children are numbered by schools has increased dramatically, until it is hard to see the human beings plainly under the weight of numbers they carry. Numbering children is a big and very profitable undertaking, though what the strategy is designed to accomplish is elusive. I don't even know why parents would, without a fight, allow it to be done to their kids.
... and are never in any rush to abbreviate a conversation. In fact, it seems that the only people in a rush are the drivers, because I'm pretty sure I can walk faster than 98% of the people here, and I don't even walk that fast, what with the constant melee that requires your neck to work as a swivel. Life moves at a different pace down here. You just have to realize that you're in charge of your own safety when heading out on foot.
There is ...
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking