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... seeking some shade and a cold beer. We took the boat back to Taganga and had lunch at Swedish inspired cafe, Bonsai. The sandwiches were really good even if the staff didn't know the difference between garlic and curry. David ordered a curry chicken sandwich (with the last portion of chicken) which came with garlic alioli. For simplicity David just asked for portion of curry sauce on the side but they sent a pot of garlic alioli. We tried explaining again that we ...
... anything really spectacular yet - big schools of reef fish, some huge file fish, angel fish and lobster, and lots of tiny shrimps and crabs. Oh, did see a large crab with a little puffer fish in it's claws on the first dive - probably something else had killed it and the crab was just doing it's scavenger thing - can't imagine a crab catching a puffer fish.
We fancied a bit of a challenge in the heat so booked ourselves onto the 5 day trek to the Ciudad Perdida (Lost City)! It was discovered in the mountains in the 1970s and is unfairly regarded as less impressive version of Machu Picchu (and hence has only about 30 visitors a day - bliss compared to Machu Picchu's thousands!) The only way to get there is by a 22km hike, which doesn't sound that far but it is through the mountains (going up and down up and down..) ...
... time would be spent swimming and enjoying the beaches of Tayrona. It was a stunning walk along a track and by the beach, the scenery was spectacular, the downside was our group had a variety of walking paces so the quicker people in the group had to wait for the others to catch up, consequently we didn't have much time not spent walking. Exciting though- today I had my first swim in ...
... were thousands of years ago. The lesson of numbered classes is that everyone has a proper place in the pyramid and that there is no way out of your class except by number magic. Failing that, you must stay where you are put.