Arena Blanca Hotel
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Travel Blogs from San Andres Island
... fact we rarely went out at all, being that turning thirty and travelling as married couples means that we are all old and would rather sleep than attempt to stay awake for the Colombian nightlife, but this tragedy I will leave for another entry.
On the southern tip of the island exists the longest beach on the island, Manzanilla. We pulled over to the shore to have an amazing mixed seafood platter lunch filled with two giant ...
... If the waves hit us sideways it felt as though we would surely tip over. The engines would cut any time the waves were particularly big and therefore we would slow down enough to slam over them, but I grew to dislike the sound of the engines slowing down very much for it meant a large rollercoaster-like movement was to follow. I quickly pulled my seatbelt in closer as it was clear the purpose of the belts was to prevent you from flying out ...
... like to stay there. We also wouldn´t really be getting the benefits of an all-inclusive since we would probably be eating dinner outside of the hotel and we would be up the next morning way before breakfast was served. Well, Randi and I saw on Hotwire that one of the all-inclusive hotels in town was having a special for 176 dollars a night, so we booked it and headed to the “resort”. San Andres town was basically a **** hole; a ...
... crew to jump off...so it's called Morgans jump, no joke. We then did the long ride back around the palm tree covered coast to get ready for the hottest 100. We went to the shops to get some drank and came home with a 1L bottle of absolut vodka for only $16!!!! Mindblowingly cheap! We settled in to our room, streamed the hottest 100 and played cards and card games. As the night went on we invented our own game where we flicked a coin onto the ...
... dock where all the boats leave to the various islands. The dock was basically just a bunch of people with boats hanging around trying to get people to go various places. Unfortunately it was about 11 by the time we made it there and we were told if we left now to the island we would have to be back by 1, just our luck. So we went for a walk to the main beach where there was a company that the lonely planet said did tours out to the island. We found it in a little shack ...