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... we decided to walk around town and head along the shore till we came to a lovely wide beach, the beach in town is little more than a foot wide and just below the concrete boardwalk. The town itself is bigger than we though and stretches along the coast line for quite a while, there's a main square with a church and soccer courts in the center. Walking around we got nothing but dirty looks from the locals and catcalls from all the men. It's the first town in Colombia where we haven't ...
... many years back when it was a tired one dirt lane town. Now, it is one of the most popular beach towns in Colombia, so the book says. I think it’s most popular with other Colombians – it’s close to Cartagena and other major cities, it has a lot of bars and street food and it has really, really cheap rooms. We scored a second story room with a balcony overlooking the sea (across the street) for $19 USD a night. Less than 20 ...
... had turned into slush, but on the whole it was another day of good, quiet, flat roads. Regardless of this Kory found it tough going because his belly didn’t feel good and my legs were beginning to ache, so we were happy that at just over 100km we were arriving in to Tolu.
Tolu is a small fishing town on the Caribbean coast (North Colombia). It isn’t much of a foreigner tourist destination as most ...
... the zoo and you went through tunnels that were not lighted and tall people had trouble getting through. However after the surreal experience we went to a pretty nice beach that had some nice snorkeling and even nicer fish for lunch. A couple hours there and we went back to the mainland and had cocktails at the one posh place. In Corvenas. The meal was very nice as well.
Tommorow brings Cartagena de Indias and the end of the tour and the start of the long journey ...
... and we had full packs on our backs. Mary didn't quite feel the same way, as she felt a 'vibe of uncertainty' - basically had decided his motivation for befriending us was to lure us into the bush before robbing and torturing us - fortunately this vibe turned out to be wrong. To be fair to her it did feel a little sketchy.
The hotel was stunning, but ridiculously expensive, fortunately the last of ...