HOTEL LORD PIERRE

Calle Colombia No. 1B-106, San Andres Island, Colombia | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located on Calle Colombia No. 1B-106, San Andres Island, is near Johnny Cay, Aquanautas Helmet Diving, Kiteboarding at Decameron Marazul, and San Andres Guided Segway Tours.
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    Travel Blogs from San Andres Island

    23rd -27th SAN ANDRES ISLAND

    A travel blog entry by aaronandperi on Jan 28, 2014

    42 photos

    ... we had laid down pieces of paper with different things on them that we had to do. Such as have a shot, drink half your drink, take one sip and don't worry mum and dad, there was a water one as well :) it was very fun and it was just the two of us...we are such losers. We did end up listening to it all..till 4:30am but we also watched the men's tennis finals while listening to it. Good night. 26th- today was a bit of a recovery day. We slept ...

    18th-22nd SAN ANDRES ISLAND ON THE CARIBBEAN

    A travel blog entry by aaronandperi on Jan 22, 2014

    2 comments, 72 photos

    ... went for a skinny dip and then decided to explore the next spot. We found another little private cove which had some rock pools and a flat place to sun bake. After some more time we walked down further, past a Jamaican rum hut by the ocean and made it to the next tourist snorkel place called La Picsinita. By this time it was late afternoon so we were lucky that there weren't many people there. We paid our entrance, got our two slices of bread and jumped in, once ...

    En Transito

    A travel blog entry by jeffwright on Oct 09, 2013

    6 photos

    ... become a part of Panama, a country whose economy was in large part controlled by and forced to contribute many of its earnings the US. They rejected the proposal once, and then again even after being visited by a US warship a year later. Along with Cartagena, San Andres used to be a center of pirate activity. Some believe that a lot of pirate bounty is still hidden in an underwater cave near the island.

    Today, San Andres is greatly influenced by Afro-Caribbean culture, because ...

    Paradise confusing to locate on a map

    A travel blog entry by emiliaarn on Jul 11, 2013

    143 photos

    ... to spy on tropical fish, visit to johnny cay island- a mini san andres- and on our final day a bicycle trip around the island. Its all flat and outside of san andres town there was almost no traffic so this was a very pleasant ride right along the coast. Stopped at road side shacks for beer, coconut, jumpoing into the sea, wading out to a shipwreck carrying our bags on our heads. all the usuals. The only improvement that might ...

    A bit disappointed

    A travel blog entry by spikidle on Jul 10, 2013

    2 photos

    Explanation:
    I guess I should start by explaining my reaction as don't want to put people off coming as it is very nice. When I was first deciding a plan for Columbia I read through the guidebook and my one overall plan was to do as many beaches as possible while fitting a few of the nicer towns along the way. One of the recommendations and this is backed up by other things I read about Columbia was San Andres island which is actually up in the Caribbean.

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