Cocoplum Beach Hotel
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
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... walk and they had an extra umbrella and gave it to me. I felt so bad and uncomfortable that they were going so far out of their way to be so generous to someone they didn't know. It was definitely a lesson in kindness for me. When we reached the house, I thanked them profusely and we said our goodbyes. I went to the second floor to hang out with Valeria but she was heading to sleep, so after a little while I headed upstairs, wrote this blog entry, and passed ...
... Germans, the inside of the goblet was carved with the stars of the universe.
We headed back on the bus to Jamundi where we jumped off at a bar for lunch. They ended up not having food, but we gladly stayed for a few beers as we watched the locals dance Salsa. We joined in and danced for about an hour, enjoying the good vibrations from the crowd. We had a great dinner and then headed back to hotel for a hot, sweltering night of sleep.
... fun, despite being a total failure of a day! That's what good company can do for you :) We waited for Angélica at home and went to the supermarket. It was my turn to cook and I made my 'signature' prawn and coconut curry with rice, whcih went down well. A few beers later, we had convinced Angélica to go out, even though it was a Monday. Although the discoteca we went to charged no entry, they made you get a table and buy a bottle of spirits, so we ended up having a bottle of rum and ...
... minutes walking from the airport. This island is not big at all. It takes about an hour to drive around it. I spent 4 days and 3 nights here. The first day, I spent in the main town, which is not really that great at all. It has what you need to get by, but not much more. It is super crowded and has so many motorcycles whistling by that it is hard to even cross the street. The supplies I needed were easily available like food, sun screen ...
... city Santiago de Cali. The first part of the full name honours Saint James the apostle (Santiago
in Spanish) whose feast day is celebrated on 25 July. The origin of the
word "Cali" comes from the local native Indian tribe the "Calima" or "Calimas" descendants of the Chibcha tribe. Others believe that the ...