Hotel Be La Sierra
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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Today was going to be a day of football, David had decided that before even getting out of bed. It was always planned to watch Colombia's game in the afternoon with the locals but there wasn't much to do for a few hours beforehand apart from the Brazil game.
The hostel had a huge TV games room and when I say huge, I mean huge - remember this was a Cartel house so no expense was spared. David got himself comfortable in front of the screen ...
... this offer but accept another one when we will return to Santa Marta. People are really nice to us. They are helpful if you can ask them what you need in Spanish. I'm surprised of their English skills as they need it more if they want to do some Eco tourism. You need to know some basic Spanish as direction keywords or buying sentence, numbers. It is been the second time when we are arrive somewhere, it s raining. Here in Minca, it rained 2h ...
... spend the next four nights and five days. The ride there was smooth until we reached the entrance. Then it was a steep 1 hour climb to the town of Machete. The road was positivity terrifying, a narrow dirt road with twists and turns, and a cliff edge that delved deep into the jungle: teresa was not a happy bunny. Luckily we arrived unharmed if not a little shaky, and met the others in our group; a Dutch girl called Anna, a German guy called Emmanuel and a Japanese lady called ...
... it wasn´t completed until the end of the 18th century. It does however contain the ashes of the city´s founder, Rodrigo de Bastidas, and some plaques dedicated to Simón Bolívar, as he was initially buried here but then moved to his place of birth. If you haven't heard of him, he was a Venezuelan military leader who is much idolised in South America for liberating the northern South American countries from Spanish rule. He tried to combine these into a unified ...
... to see the regulations in the US as overreaching and burdensome, but it should be also easy to see that they do some good too.
I miss grocery stores and fresh salads. I want sushi and a good glass of Saki. I want to see my friends at Happy Hour. I don’t want to wear mosquito repellent all the time! I want to burn all the clothes I have in my backpack. I miss Champagne. Waaaa!
I will also miss the adventure ...