Hotel Casa Lola
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Pets allowed
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... beach which is just bizarre. If you look carefully on this photo below you can just see! We met some nice other travellers including a couple who are friends with Elliot from uni! They were really fun and we went tubing on the river together - basically just float down the river on a rubber ring for two hours. To get to the start we had to go on the back of motorbikes which was a blast. We ended up staying for three nights because the place was so chilled and it ...
... coffee situation and unlike the Panama Mamallena, where you make your own pancakes, a worker makes them for you. That's never as fun as you can make monster ones and as many as you like while this guy was just putting two thin ones on a plate at a time. But we wash them down with two cups of quite average coffee before Leesh goes and uses her charm on him and snags an extra 2 pancakes to share. We sit down at a table with a Swedish guy and have a long chat about Colombia. It was good to ...
... year old American lasses who wasted no time at all to start talking about different people's "energy", and arrived at the hut on the mountain where the ceremony would be held. My words cannot do this place justice but when we saw it we knew it was the real deal. A straw thatch roof covered around 20 of us, mostly locals, some as young as early teens. The shaman opened the ceremony with a drawn out, emotionally charged (although clichéd) dialogue of the sacrifices and ...
... my hot chocolate with marshmallows. From there we went to the Irish pub for a jug of beer. I remember Steph (my Nicaraguan travel buddy) telling me there is an Irish pub in every city. Mark and I have both been to Ireland and loved it and we thought it would be funny to make a pact that we would have a beer in at least 1 Irish pub in every town we find one :) It certainly seems odd to be in Colombia in a place painted green with shamrocks all around. But at some point in the ...
... a skill all Colombian men appear to have mastered). They didn't escape either. They too had to copy a dance, but only once they had gone up and down the boat borrowing various items of women's clothing, transforming themselves into the kind of frightful transvestites that I'm sure were not too uncommon on 19th century naval vessels after an unusually long time at sea. All in all we were on this boat for over 6 hours before arriving at the beach. To save ...