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... 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 ...
... finding a place to stay on the tourist trap island for Saturday night. Randi had made a booking with Air B n B, our first time using this service. Camilo, the owner of the apartment, had confirmed our booking, which meant that Randi had already paid. Unfortunately, though, Camilo had not sent us information about the address of the apartment or how to get the key and had not responded to any of our repeated emails asking him for this information. ...
... we packed up our bags, jumped in a taxi and headed to the airport. We got on the plane and to our surprise the first flight, which was only two hours to Bogota, has movies on the back of the seats! Peri watched turbo (yes the kids movie about the snail) and Aaron watched Jobs, the movie about Steve jobs. We landed in Bogota, had a 2 hour wait between flights before we got on another plane to Santa marta, on the Caribbean coast. (More photos to ...
... dock where all the boats leave to the various islands. The dock was basically just a bunch of people with boats hanging around trying to get people to go various places. Unfortunately it was about 11 by the time we made it there and we were told if we left now to the island we would have to be back by 1, just our luck. So we went for a walk to the main beach where there was a company that the lonely planet said did tours out to the island. We found it in a little shack ...
... become a part of Panama, a country whose economy was in large part controlled by and forced to contribute many of its earnings the US. They rejected the proposal once, and then again even after being visited by a US warship a year later. Along with Cartagena, San Andres used to be a center of pirate activity. Some believe that a lot of pirate bounty is still hidden in an underwater cave near the island.
Today, San Andres is greatly influenced by Afro-Caribbean culture, because ...