Estelar Santamar Hotel & Convention Center
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
TripAdvisor Reviews Estelar Santamar Hotel & Convention Center Santa Marta
Travel Blogs from Santa Marta
... Palomino. Two and a half hours floating peacefully down the river gave the rest of the family ample time to burn shoulders, chests and thighs whilst splashing around and enjoying the views of thick jungle and clear waters. With a quick overnight stop in Santa Marta to prepare and pack for four days in Parque Nacional Tayrona, we were set off on another leg of the adventure.....what I hadn't realised was that this weekend was another bank holiday weekend in the country....so the ...
... patting his ******. Gustavo just couldn’t stop laughing and to be fair we all weren't far behind him. The lad just didn’t know what to make of Conor. We played the wheel of fortune again that night and Gilly ended up having to do a body shot of this little Israeli-American guy called Daniel whom we’d met in Palomino. A guy usually does it off a girl but we all insisted he do it off Daniel. We put the shot into Daniel's horrible hairy belly button and salt ...
... girl I asked her what part of England she was from - she was not happy at all. I apologised profusely as it was akin to someone telling me I was Welsh! That just ain't cricket! So for more jungle experience (I am hoping to go to the Amazon later in my trip) I went along to a bushcraft and survival school, run by a guy from Northampton. He had an French intern beginning his internship and I tagged along for three days learning, a variety of ways to track and ...
... ones will float. We spent about an hour watching this daily process then we headed back to the hostel.
We enjoyed tasty family style meals at the hostel, all sat around a big table and we met some cool people which we will hopefully bump into again in Central America. Our time in this jungle retreat whizzed by and before we knew it we were back on the moto's for a much more comfortable ride to the bus station where we would head to Cartagena, our last stop in Colombia :-(
... it gave me time to just chill, iron my clothes, and get ready for what’s to come tonight.
We had dinner at the Italian restaurant, Mama Mia’s, at 8:30pm and everyone looked fantastic. I got to wear my guayabera that my mom was nice enough to ship down to Melissa just in time for Christmas, so that worked out perfectly. Juan and I matched, as did most of the men that night who were all in our white guayaberas. ...