Hotel Capilla del Mar
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... in the ground that contained volcano mud! So we climbed down a ladder and into this pit...as soon as you are in a local man that is already in it pulls you over lies you flat and starts to massage you with the mud!!!! Only about 15 people can fit in the pit at once. We had a great group with us and we had a right laugh, you cannot sink in the mud but if ypu move your legs you kinda topple over..Hilarious! Once the ...
... sits outside trying to drum up business. It worked on me and I ended up staying there and chilling for one mojito and four beers. It was really good. By the end of the night there were five of us chatting over a few drinks and it turned into a good night. I couldn’t stay out too late, just in case I do get to go diving in the morning. I can’t be hungover. I can’t imagine anything worse than diving while hungover. No ...
... on the messages was laughing so hard they could not pass the message on very easily. Then we played Charades and Twenty Questions. About 10:00 PM we called it a night and headed to the cabins.
Monday, we had breakfast and then Compass Check covering Courage. We then all went to play Fútbol and Volleyball. The camp had lent its volleyball net out to another establishment, so we had to improvise. We stretch a piece of thick ribbon between two trees ...
"This is us, this is definitely more us".. I think were the words uttered by JT arriving to Playa Blanca beach. Playa Blanca (the white beach) is actually located on the island of Baru about 1 hour or so by boat from the main port of Cartagena. It is a beautiful, clean beach that fits the picture of the Caribbean paradise perfectly and it is where the locals come to get some sun on their back, sleep in ...
... be in Latin America, and the streets seemed to be getting busier as the night grew closer. Many of the plazas were ticketed events, with western prices too, bars and clubs knew how to charge. Suzie had come up with the idea of spending new years on part of the walled city to watch the fireworks and bring in the new year. Originally the plan was to take a picnic to the wall, eat and drink there and carry on into the new year, this idea spread in the hostel with a few others keen to ...