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... beach for an afternoon of sun, swimming and piña coladas. In the evening we went to a gorgeous restaurant on the edge of a tiny marina for deliciously fresh seafood. Very kindly, Patrick organised a little cake and for the waiting staff to come and sing and clap at me which was very embarrassing! Not sure what else I can say to convey this island to you. I will be looking very closely at this place as a destination for future ...
... suddenly filled with an acrid smoke. So the passengers could breath, one of the workers opened up the closed cabinīs hatches to let in some fresh air. All the doors and windows had been closed to protect from the waves and water that was sure to come on board during our passage. Well, we breathed through our shirts for awhile to avoid breathing in the smoke and then chugged back to the harbor on neutral. The boat crew tried to fix ...
... the four of us on the catamaran to Providencia from San Andres leaving Sunday morning. We hoped we would be able to get plane tickets at the airport since we hadnīt yet paid for the boat. Normally I would always prefer a boat ride to a trip in a very small plane over open waters, but we had been told by Shannon and Daniel, that the catamaran was absolutely awful. As in, you will get sick if you go on this boat… Well, we decided to chance ...
... coves, and our old favourite cove and did a lot more snorkelling and also of course some skinny dipping. Who can resist swimming naked in the Caribbean, it's so liberating! We had such an awesome last day and the weather was beautiful and the water was beautiful and the palm trees were beautiful and the fish were beautiful. We had an a amazing time on San Andres island but we are also ready to move on for our next adventure for peri's ...
... take out and ordered a pizza. We got the pizza and then proceeded to drop it on the floor...so we ordered another pizza. Just our luck. We walked back to the hostel feeling sheepish and went to bed. 19th - we woke up and decided to explore the whole island, which is quite big, so we hired a golf buggy which appears to be the second biggest means of transport on the island, motorbikes being the first, so off we headed around the island. The island was incredible, ...