Cocoplum Beach Hotel

Address: Road to San Luis 43 - 39, San Andres Island, 102, Colombia | 2 star hotel
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This 2 star hotel, located on Road to San Luis 43 - 39, San Andres Island, is near Zoologica de Cali.
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    Travel Blogs from San Andres Island

    Salsa capital of Colombia

    A travel blog entry by rowannewman on Apr 04, 2015

    10 photos

    ... these bars you just go up to ladies and ask them to dance, changing partner for each song. Fine if you can dance, but when you have a slight(!) lack of confidence in your dancing you have to dig deep to ask people to dance. In truth the ladies are very kind and tried to help me along and sometimes I wasn't too bad....other times I was. So the days continued, salsa lesson during the day then hitting another club/bar solo in the evening to practice. Often people say you should ...

    Day 122: Cali, Colombia

    A travel blog entry by jsedwin on Nov 09, 2014

    7 photos

    ... some really nice parts that really made me start to like Cali. At first glance, the city doesn't seem like anything special, but Valeria and Jan's friend (who was a huge ***** the whole time and had a terrible attitude) knew the good spots to go clearly and I now have a much different opinion of the city. The amazing salsa definitely helps though. After an hour or so, Valeria and I headed to the hostel to grab my bag and guitar and head to her house. ...

    Vamos a bailar!

    A travel blog entry by touristtom on Aug 07, 2012

    3 comments, 23 photos

    ... which I had to try and keep up with the best. As I was only copying other people and there was no partner dancing involved I was able to keep up reasonably well... for a gringo that is ~ these people certainly knew how to move! I must say that it was an extremely enjoyable experience though, as it felt like I was delving right into the culture! There is also something rather enjoyable about watching beautiful people shake their bums!
    After the group dancing it ...

    When you want to get down, down on the ground.

    A travel blog entry by donmiller on Mar 09, 2012

    ... wasn't planning to be there much and didn't have the energy to look further for something I didn't know existed. I checked in, dropped my bags and went for a stroll up to the nearby Zona Rosa. About 6 blocks of bars and restaurants playing Salsa at differing levels of loud. Instead of hopping in to the fracas right off, I found a quiet coffee shop. Nothing but old guys playing cards. Sipped an Americano and people watched until it was time for beer. ...

    San Andres

    A travel blog entry by frawldog on Feb 02, 2012

    4 photos

    ... 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 ...