Hostal Techos Azules
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excellent location, much quieter than downtown taganga, great price
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... COP each (well I know only 2.50 usd, but expensive compared to buses and taxis. As we were all having lunch on the beach the restaurant owners provided chair and umbrellas for free. Lunch was once again Fish ( now 3 days in a row, getting bored of fish!) As the beach was so isolated lunch was pretty expensive too at 15 USD, plus drinks. We headed back to the posada late afternoon, to once again eat there and have dinner, guess what not fish but prawns! Yuk! ...
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... the Inca trail. Firstly it was through the jungle, the climbs weren't as long but the track undulated much more, the heat was intense leaving you sweating after about 5 meters of walking but there were rivers to swim & cool off in. On day three we arrived at the city which is in the middle of the jungle with nothing but trees around it. In stark contrast to Machu Picchu, we had it to ourselves, other than the 5 or so soldiers stationed ...
... swearing getting worse as the hill kept on going and I started wishing I had packed a bit lighter. Eventually got to top to some stunning views and a much needed sit down. Another hour and arrived at camp, had shower, grabbed hammock to sleep in and had dinner, chicken and rice. Played cards, mostly ********, one of the guys discovered a scorpion on his hammock, just the usual hazards of the wild! Went to bed about 9.30 and Fanny and I got giggles getting into hammocks.
... was quite an adventure in itself and it was lucky we were in a 4x4 as at some points floods were gushing down the roads taking street stalls with them (from experience, about category 2 rapids!!). Santa Marta itself wasn't that nice. One day between trips I spent a few hours on the crowded town beach where all the locals were spending their weekend. I was really proud of myself as I negotiated the umbrella man down from $20,000COP to $5,000COP and was feeling ...