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Travel Blogs from Santa Marta
... was much more comfortable than the local bus (which had sputtered to a stop more than once on the way there) so we said yes. Leslie was asking the 12 year old girl what her favorite subject was and she said, "social studies." It turns out that they went to a British school, which was an English immersion like our school at home in Spanish immersion. They dropped us off safely near the city and we caught an (unbelievably slow) bus that took us back near our ...
... plantation called Victoria plantation. It is owned by Germans, they are trying to make it more commercial. They are building and furnishing show room about their coffee, a cafeteria. I went there and talk a little bit with "Jadys", the guide of there, dAughter of one of the workers I met first when I came in. I did not visit the place as I already have seen some coffee plantation, specially when it's not the right time for the beans. I did thought ...
... station. Alex has been robbed while he was going to work. For 2 years he made the same path without any problems. Robbers might had identify him as a target. Anyway, they were on a bike, they threaten him by showing that they got a gun under the belt ( he did not see it). He gave them all what he had on him (bag and watch). He returned to the house the next morning while Dav and me had breakfast. I though he had ...
... Saturday from the hectic Cartagena bus terminal, with only one bus company running to Santa Marta we were lucky to get on one at all! We hadnīt been sure that there would be any running on this day, but given that nothing in South America appears able to be booked in advance we had to chance it! The drive was an uncomfortable one, as the bus builders appeared to want to cram as many seats on the bus as physically possible (plus some), and hot, as the airconditioner ...
... another night in Taganga before hopping the bus to Tolu, a town northeast of Cartagena and our last stop before flying home. If we had more time I would have liked to go further north, up the coast from Tayrona, where the desert meets the sea, but it was not in the cards for this trip. Alan always says you need to leave a few places unexplored to have something to look forward to when you return – and I’m pretty sure we will ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Room service