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- Swimming pool
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... just off the coast. The area is a national park with the most amazing shades of blue water surrounding it. If you climb to the top of the rock, you can see seven colors of blue in the water, which is worth the rather harrowing barefoot climb up a rocky outcrop to stand on top-simply amazing! Randi and I had our first of many coconut piņa coladas in the island and I was grateful for the amazing tanning weather. We did our first of ...
... while we were on board and this took awhile. Apparently the company would have to pay a fee if we went back to the harbor with the old boat. So, they continued to climb under the seats and try to fix the engine, to no avail. So eventually we went back to the docks and switched to the other catamaran, which we should have done from the get-go to save us some time. Also, who really wants to be in the middle of the ocean with a failing ...
... in, process our payment, and allow us to get into our rooms which were some of the most expensive hotel rooms Iīd ever stayed in, and definitely, definitely, definitely, not worth the cost. Snack consisted of frozen chicken nuggets and probably the most god-awful hotdogs Iīd ever seen. I couldnīt believe so many people had paid that price for such a mediocre hotel. To make matters worse, the drinks were also simply awful, so awful in fact that, a ...
... crew to jump off...so it's called Morgans jump, no joke. We then did the long ride back around the palm tree covered coast to get ready for the hottest 100. We went to the shops to get some drank and came home with a 1L bottle of absolut vodka for only $16!!!! Mindblowingly cheap! We settled in to our room, streamed the hottest 100 and played cards and card games. As the night went on we invented our own game where we flicked a coin onto the ...
... when booking with on-line with Vivacolumbia it is highly likely you will not be able to pay for it on-line with your credit card (they don't accept foreign credit cards - although this seems to be a problem for other airlines as well at times) so you have two options - get to know a friendly Colombian with a local credit card, such as the people running your hostel or you have an option to pay through a system known as Balato (there are no additional charges for this). ...