Hotel Sol y Luna
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel Sol y Luna Capurgana
Travel Blogs from Capurgana
... La musica è decisamente cambiata nell’istante in cui siamo sbarcati a Capurgana, un piccolo villaggio senza auto nè moto, rilassato e sonnolento, quasi letargico. Ci siamo sistemati in un ostello che si affaccia direttamente sul mare, in una stanza molto confortevole con un balcone munito di un’indispensabile amaca dove oziare e contemplare le onde e l’orizzonte. Non c’è molto altro da fare in questo posto, a parte passare un po’ di tempo nella piccola ...
... a child driving a horse and cart and another you'll see a man cycling through the street with 2 parrots on his handlebars! I wish I could have caught a picture!
HAVE A LITTLE PATIENCE
Patience is VERY important here. Things don't just happen when you expect them to. Maybe now, maybe later. Maybe tomorrow, who knows! We're so used to getting fairly instant responses and a fairly good level of customer ...
... calm blue ocean’ relaxation technique didn’t quite seem to work out there!
Just over half way through this TWO AND A HALF HOUR thrill ride, I got lifted out of my seat and twisted on the way back down so that I wrenched my back. That made every successive jolt harder because I was no longer able to recover before the next hit. Struggling to stay planted with the pain when we hit a big one I got lifted a good foot and a half in the air and when the ...
... Panamanian border on top, with good views of both bays – just note down your details, don’t stamp you out or anything. La Miel, though one sign calls it Playa Blanca, was a nice but popular beach with grassy bits (watch out for the big black biting ants!) & palm shade plus a few beach bars doing a roaring trade.
Lots of locals were snorkelling, which seemed to entail standing on the coral talking – thankfully they ...
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 ...