Hotel Almar Capurgana
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... m down the street and some 20 locals sitting for hours without saying a word (or so it seemed) or moving much beyond sips of beer. This went on long into the night and on in the morning. The horse shoe shaped bay adds to the bass.
This was very clear during the night after when locals did decide it was time to sleep but nature thought other things would be more fun so we had roaring thunder and ...
We planned to be up at 7am and on the road by 8am for the 11 or so hour journey to Turbo.
Cartagena would be our last chance to go to the Atm until we reached Panama Sunday week, so before brekkie we ran around the corner to the bank.
3cards, 3accounts, 3banks, NO MONEY! Our cards were cancelled AGAIN.
Things get going early in Colombia but not international phone shops unfortunately.
Eventually we got through, reactivated our card, got our cash ...
Can't say I got a lot of sleep on my comfy wooden slat bed last night. After a few hours, and after dawn, I kind of gave up and decided to get up. Today we all leave La Miel and head for Colombia, pretty excited actually, and basically the entire group is heading over there at the same time. The San Blas crew is going to be together for a little longer! Everyone got packed up whilst regaling with the stories from last night. Mostly involving Tara and her hammock to be ...
With lots off cuts on my hands from opening all the coconuts, and all the bed bugs bites that i got on my feet from just sitting on the bed typing the blog, I was ready for Colombia.
We all headed for the boat dock where our motor boat was awaiting us inorder to take us to the other side of the gulf of the Darien Gap. Now, there was a rumur the night before about the workers at the dock charging extra for over weight. I decided a head of time, that I wasn't ...
... gone around to the dock there. Lana, who was also coming on the trip and had been staying at the Honey Project lead the way for us, Matt, Holly, and I along with Josh, Bee, Erik and Arden making our way along it. It soon turn into a hill and then very uneven steps. I thought that after the Inca Trail I would never have to see this kind of thing again, but no it reared its ugly head here. It took around five or ten minutes to walk up, where we came ...
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility