GHL Comfort Hotel Costa Azul
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... cool, but would never happen because it would've revealed the super secret location of Tracy Island and Jeff would never allow that. Also I'm pretty sure International Rescue were just puppets. I digress as usual.
Anyway, Tayrona was incredible, apart from two things. Firstly hammocks, which are quite possibly the worst invention ever. Harry hears a collective gasp. 'But hammocks are so relaxing' he hears you all say. Well yes they are, ...
When I arrived there wasn't much electricity and no Wifi as there had been very heavy rain (it was the start of the rainy season) and a tree had fallen on the power lines. The hostel was run by 3 Belgians. started at 7am and I was going to be working out in the garden as the thought of working in the kitchen didn't appeal to me and was not conducive to tanning! However, there would be days I would regret this as I tended to my blistered hands and machete-cut legs! The ...
... trail, running the half marathon and even harder than the first week of teaching Prep! It was literally hiking in hell for 4 days. The mornings are so hot, it's 40 degrees and 100% humidity with every insect and mossie known to man swirling around you sticking to your sweaty body. You sweat so much your body hurts and you can't see because the sweat is blinding your eyes. We climb for 4 hours every morning up the biggest mountains in ...
... introducing ourselves to one another. We had a decent group, myself and Clare, an English couple from Clapham, a Colombian couple, a group of 5 Dutch, a guy who was wearing jeans and a long shirt (!), his partner and an older Canadian French guy.
We begin by the map showing us the 47km trek that lay before us, to be covered over 3.5 days, all vertical, no flat paths to be seen here for a while. Twenty minutes in and the flat terrain was no more, it was then that we began ...
... played beach volleyball for a while, and then when they closed down the beach at 6pm, we headed up to the Caiman Bar for a few pre-dinner drinks.
We all met up for dinner at 8:30pm at Restaurante Rancho and we all had amazing steaks. This was my favorite meal of the trip so far, and it worked out perfectly that we could have a nice dinner for our last night in Santa Marta. Tomorrow we are off ...