Casa Verde Hotel

Calle 18 #4-70, Santa Marta, Colombia | 3 star hotel
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Travel Blogs from Santa Marta

What Did You Learn in School?

A travel blog entry by chimichenga

... increasingly under central control since just before the Civil War shows itself in the lives we lead, the clothes we wear, the food we eat, and the green highway signs we drive by from coast to coast, all of which are the products of this control. So, too, I think, are the epidemics of drugs, suicide, divorce, violence, cruelty, and the hardening of class into caste in the United States products of the dehumanization of our lives, the lessening of individual, family, ...

Santa Marta and Ciudad Perdida Trek

A travel blog entry by salsta17


... group - 20 of us altogether, 6 girls and 14 guys. Set off about 1pm, started off with a couple of river crossings quite hard to balance with a backpack. Chatting to Ben and Koren two teenagers from Chicago. About 30mins in reached a swim spot at the river we'd been walking past, changed into bikini and jumped in, a little chilly but refreshing. Started up a hill, orange break, then on up what began to feel like the never ending hill. Was so steep and hot, climbed for over an hour ...

Sol y Cervezas

A travel blog entry by pam_steve


... for dinner that our hostel has a partnership with so when we sat down at our table we each got a free glass of wine. Santa Marta seems like a great place. The food was also incredible, we will definitely be returning. I had what has to be the closest thing to poutine that we have found, fries topped with bacon, mushrooms and baked cheese. Steve had a gigantic slab of filet mignon steak with cheesy scalloped potatoes, ...


A travel blog entry by ccchrissie


... usually slide on my butt, but it was really scary as my daypack would catch on the rock and tip me forward,, in some cases towards chasms 50’ deep with a minute slab of rock stretched across – if you slid down and missed that – doesn’t bear thinking about!

The path is about 90% over rock & roots and was really difficult, especially as lot of pressure was on the dodgy knees, much as I tried to find handholds to take some of the strain. ...

13. La Ciudad Perdida - The Lost City

A travel blog entry by kesvic2013


... more than 7 years old but they manoeuvred the horse up the rocky hill path as if it were nothing! After lunch we began our descent back to camp 2. It was tiring as we'd been up so early and there was quite a lot of uphill but we made it and enjoyed a relaxing evening, although we did have to share a single bed as the camp was busy and beds were scarce! The final day was the equivalent of days 1 and 2 so we were to walk for 6 hours. It was very hot and sunny but ...

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This 3 star hotel is located on Calle 18 #4-70, Santa Marta.
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