Hotel Casavieja

Address: Calle 12 No. 1C -58, Santa Marta, 50577, Colombia | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel is located on Calle 12 No. 1C -58, Santa Marta.
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    Travel Blogs from Santa Marta

    Golden sands of fish poo

    A travel blog entry by katie.jenks28 on Aug 30, 2015

    2 comments, 5 photos

    ... with a lagoon alongside it with large warning signs against the caymans. The sand here glints with gold specks which looks beautiful but is in fact fish poo from them eating the coral. We had to walk about half an hour to get to the first beach and then another half hour or so to get to the second.

    As I start training for my first triathlon as soon as I get back, I donned my snorkel and went off to meet ...

    Santa Marta and Tayrona National Park

    A travel blog entry by ellamorgan4 on Aug 24, 2015


    ... made sure I tighten my life vest to fit me... Thankfully we did survive, albeit completely battered and bruised. We got back to Santa Marta, treated ourselves to a nice meal at that same Greek restaurant and joined Amy and Rob for a well deserved chilled night in front of the Tv - we watched fight club and everyone bar me was falling asleep with the opening credits! All four of us got at least 12hrs sleep that night and we woke in the morning already gearing up for the ...

    Family Guy

    A travel blog entry by rowannewman on Jul 24, 2015

    3 comments, 11 photos

    ... mighty impressive, almost bounding up the path in sweltering heat, not noticing the rapid gain in height as they became jungle explorers. In fact this ancient settlement is now being re inhabited by the Kogui and we saw some families building new houses to re colonise this sacred site. After a brief stop we headed down the other side to Playa Brava again the boys coped with everything the jungle threw at them and we arrived at the paradise that is Playa Brava. We now had ...

    Carribean Dreamin'

    A travel blog entry by maxandross on May 04, 2015

    8 photos

    ... would be on the scene, roads would be closed for miles in all directions and it would definitely warrant a spot on local TV news. In Colombia, twenty minutes after we'd stopped, so who knows how long since the fire started, the fire brigade still weren't anywhere in sight and the only officials on the scene were two motorcycle cops who were beginning to direct traffic around the burning bus. Just the normal safety standards of South America that we'd grown ...

    Taganga & My Issues With Colombia

    A travel blog entry by gavin_davies on Feb 05, 2015

    ... minute walk away but that isn't recommended as muggings occur. You can pay to go by boat for $7,000COP. No thanks. Usually a police presence is a welcome reassurance, but in a town this small it is a little unnerving. Crime couldn't have been this bad somewhere this small surely!?!

    The beach itself is pretty poor. Whilst the bay aspect is nice, the sand granuals are large and coarse. Lying on it is less than comfy. Along the front is ...