Hotel Be La Sierra
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... hostel is a french man who used to own a Michelin Star restaurant in France, but then fell in love with Colombia and decided to move here. Oh man, the food was awesome. The kitchen had actually closed twenty minutes before we got there, but the guys were nice enough to cook us lunch anyway. The people here are so nice. Melissa had a steak, and I had chicken, and both were excellent. I couldn’t have been more impressed. Melissa and I didn’t talk ...
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We went to Santa Marta for Davidīs Birthday. We ate in a fancy restaurant called The Bistrot. Top of the Range as would say Dav.
We often go to swim in the river because we do not always have water and electricity.
Access of water supose to be better with the access of river but the infrastructure is messed up so we end up with none few time during the ...
... explained about the different insects, showed us huge lotus and some red squirrels. No real muscle aches today, and it's only a 3.5 hour trip back to machete. The only thing really bothering us was the intense stench coming from us and our backpacks. It was thoroughly disgusting. We spoke about how amazing the shower is going to be and what we plan to eat, the sheer excitement of clean clothes and checking in our grotty attire to be cleaned. Once we reached the top of the mountain ...
... a little slower, stopping to take some scenic snaps (and on the right path this time) and were much more prepared - talced up, sweat towel around neck, lots of water for Agua Man. The return trip was quite a bit more enjoyable. Needed to go back to Santa Marta to pick up our bags from the hostel but next stop is Taganga, a small fishing village a wee bit along the coast... and after a very hot couple of days trekking we've earned a few fria cervezas, so on arrival, the party must go ...
... that you, a distinct living entity, with a distinct mind, can be made up of a group of distinct living entities, each with their own distinct minds? How can 'you', be thinking about 'your' cells, with your cells?
Consider something moving toward you and hitting you, like a rain drop, a gust of wind, or a ray of sunshine. Some skin cells feel that event of a moving thing hitting them. Resistance! Something in motion meets skin cells of yours, and ...