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Travel Blogs from San Andres Island
First, the San Andres Island is the largest of the islands that make up the Archipelago of San Andrés, Providencia and Santa Catalina. Is a place where you can visit a lot of turist sites, learn many about their culture, have fun and go on party every day.
I stayed 8 days and in those days I visited almost all the attraction places in the …
... and althought they claim english as a first language, this jamaican style dialect was impossible to understand for those whose first language really is english.
But thats enough of that. In summary, it was incredible.
Naturally I spent a few days just soaking up the sun, taking full advantage of the fresh mango and coconut and taking light strolls along the promenade. This was combined with trips to the ...
... booked flights I feel kind of stuck compared to other places where I can just jump on a bus and leave. - Oh well here now I guess. Doing very little One big positive was that I did indeed relax, well in a fashion anyway and spent a good amount of my stay just lying on the beach or swimming in the sea which was very nice and was kind of what I was after. In saying that though I feel I have done very little in my six days here (although one day was ...
... We were all the night drinking and speaking about us. Also we saw the dawn, was beatiful, i was really impressed.
The second day we went to JHONNY KEY Island by boat, in that place we bought a bottle of whisky to a RASTAFARI, that drink cost 8.000 pesos, the color and the tasty of it was terrific, we were drunk after four cups. We had a great time in that island.
... scooter from our hotel and continued to explore the island. We did a few stop offs at places we had already been, but it was too beautiful not to go back. We also stopped at an amazing restaurant right on the water that served up some awesome seafood and offered an in ground pool to swim in while you waited for your food. It's extremely hot and steamy in San Andres, so you are always wanting to jump in the water. On our last day, we realized we didn't want to leave, so we extended ...
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