Casa Boutique Veranera
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Room service
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I was all set up for a nice sleep in today, when Ted woke me up at 6am to excitedly tell me he could see the coast of Colombia. Granted, I wasn't that excited at the prospect of seeing it at that hour, but once I realised how quiet and peaceful it looked (which is just how I imagine Colombia), it was pretty cool. The weather wasn't though - the humidity was so high that the camera fogged up every time I tried to photograph the coastline.
We'd arranged to have ...
... I remember being the same when Steph and I visited little corn island in Nicaragua. I don't think the tides move as much here as the do at home. There's no real high and low tides. But the waters are higher at this time of the year because it's 'rainy' season. We would kill for some rain around here!! I didn't want to spend too much time in the sun as my shoulders are still healing from my bad sunburn acquired during the bogota bike tour last Thursday. But even with ...
... cities, meeting new friends, experiencing new cultures, witnessing bioluminescent waters, practicing Spanish, crawling through sacred caves, sailing the open sea, surfing, hiking up a volcano, tasting bazaar food, enjoying waterfalls, snorkeling with sharks..... oh my goodness it's been wild!
We both want to continue to travel but our paths lead us in different directions. Jaman landed ...
... and he said that because God didn't want any more deaths. Obviously I need him to elaborate more on THAT comment, and he said that whenever the Colombian team wins, people celebrate by taking to the streets and firing off their guns and that a bunch of people always die. For that reason and that reason alone I was glad that they lost! After the game we just got some dinner and headed back to the hostel.
The next day, we set out ...
... to meet with her this afternoon between airport runs to talk about our plans for the Feast.
It started raining lightly in the mid-morning. By lunch time, it was coming down in buckets. We thought we might have trouble getting a taxi to go to the airport. It had stopped raining by the time we needed to leave. We called for a taxi, and they said that one would be here in five minutes. ...