Posada Nativa Lizard House

Address: Av. 20 de Julio 5-198, San Andres Island, 472, Colombia | Hotel
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Location

This hotel, located on Av. 20 de Julio 5-198, San Andres Island, is near Spanish Wells, Gaulding's Cay, Tarpum Bay, and Rock Sound.
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Travel Blogs from San Andres Island

23rd -27th SAN ANDRES ISLAND

A travel blog entry by aaronandperi on Jan 28, 2014

42 photos

... around town and at the beach and got some drinks for the night time. Only to realise that we were one day early for the hottest 100. 25th- there were a few other spots on the island we wanted to check out snorkelling wise and days were running out. So we decided to grab the bikes from the hostel and go for a ride around the island. We went looking for this place called 'nirvana' which was meant to have great snorkelling. However we could ...

18th-22nd SAN ANDRES ISLAND ON THE CARIBBEAN

A travel blog entry by aaronandperi on Jan 22, 2014

2 comments, 72 photos

... was crystal clear, there are palm trees and hammocks eveywhere, people eating coconuts on the side of the road, pretty much straight out of a postcard. The island seems to be half Spanish and half creole (Jamaican influence) which is great. There are Jamaican rum bars everywhere, including little shacks on beaches and the side of the road. There is the rustafarian colours painted everywhere and everyone even says 'yeah man' in full Jamaican accent every second sentence. ...

En Transito

A travel blog entry by jeffwright on Oct 09, 2013

6 photos

... become a part of Panama, a country whose economy was in large part controlled by and forced to contribute many of its earnings the US. They rejected the proposal once, and then again even after being visited by a US warship a year later. Along with Cartagena, San Andres used to be a center of pirate activity. Some believe that a lot of pirate bounty is still hidden in an underwater cave near the island.

Today, San Andres is greatly influenced by Afro-Caribbean culture, because ...

Paradise confusing to locate on a map

A travel blog entry by emiliaarn on Jul 11, 2013

143 photos

... to spy on tropical fish, visit to johnny cay island- a mini san andres- and on our final day a bicycle trip around the island. Its all flat and outside of san andres town there was almost no traffic so this was a very pleasant ride right along the coast. Stopped at road side shacks for beer, coconut, jumpoing into the sea, wading out to a shipwreck carrying our bags on our heads. all the usuals. The only improvement that might ...

A bit disappointed

A travel blog entry by spikidle on Jul 10, 2013

2 photos

... getting wet.

After my pit stop the peddle on my bike decide to brake (the screw holding it there came out and could not find it) so had to bike the way home (around 10kms or so) with the broken peddle.

Was still a good day out - I had delayed it a couple of days as it was windier than I thought here and the day I did go was probably the less windiest but should not have worried the island is very flat if you bike around the edge of it (ie don't try ...