Hotel Be La Sierra
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Travel Blogs from Santa Marta
... we decided to go to the beach in Taganga, a little fisher's town nearby. That's where we learned that hot seawater is a lot more fun to swim in than the freezin north sea. The beautiful
nature didn't hurt either..
The Colombian football team was up in the world cup when we were in Santa Marta, and -old news- they won. What a party! The streets filled up with cheering people and the scenery turned yellow ...
... villages whose people still see it as a sacred site. The trek was fantastic, although it was incredibly hot and humid - not to paint a grim image but we were soaked through after the first hour long ascent! We had a great group of 9, with two girls from New York, a Spanish girl (yay translator!), a Colombian woman and her German boyfriend, and an English guy and his Aussie wife. The first day only had 2 1/2 hours of walking (although that did include a massive ...
... loads of hammocks hanging on the original hooks built into the walls. You could spend hours looking around this place trying to find an undiscovered hiding place full of cash or, better still, gold. There isn't much to do in the immediate vicinity, so our first day simply consisted of a stroll around the town before we got too hot and decided to chill out by the pool, after which Lucy cooked a spag bol for dinner that was surprisingly good considering the lack of spices etc at our ...
... children will think lets me separate successful students from failures very easily.
Successful children do the thinking I appoint them with a minimum of resistance and a decent show of enthusiasm. Of the millions of things of value to study, I decide what few we have time for, or actually it is decided by my faceless employers. ...
... in that community. Both communities are pretty poor, Oasis i think is slightly more so. The volunteers who work there had planned all the activities and gave us instructions on what we were running. Me and Ben we in charge of games like bob apple and another one where we had to tie up bread and it was a race to eat it without using their hands. The kids seemed to love it, it was a bit crazy hectic! It was hard that the kids were ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility