Hotel Pizzato Praia
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- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... and said he was going to make it for his other mates, Oli didn't mind it, the two girls seemed undecided. We didn't care, we were half cut and had about 3 glasses of it before the Coke ran dry. We spent the afternoon chilling out, drinking a few beers and enjoying what has been an awesome day and a great stay in Pipa. It has been a hidden paradise here and we have fallen in love with it. After having binged a bit more, we decided it was time for a ...
... so we played good friends and sat back and listened as we sank a few more. He offered to take us surfing tomorrow morning at 0500 for sunrise as he was the surf instructor at the hostel. We obviously accepted the offer as we were keen as even though their body boards were like bricks and bad no fins to use. So we sat back and chatted away before we decided to head to bed in prep for the early start tomorrow and ...
... off every so often and we were struggling to stay awake. Leesh managed a small kip during the trip and we arrived end in the small town of Pipa at 1330. It was pretty hot by this stage and despite being on the coast, Pipa was warm. We walked to our hostel and quickly fell in love with lite fishing town decked like a perfect surfing backpackers dream. A guy walked past us as we were checking out the map to find the hostel and asked if ...
... dune and the headland bent around in front of the city before heading back around to a small sand dune reserve park. We found a spot right between the major restaurants and bars set along the beach to avoid the crowds and got straight into our usual rotisserie sun baking taking frequent dips into the water. A hawker came around selling dresses for 10reais and he obviously hooked Leesh on that bargain and she got a new casual dress. We grabbed ...
... a bit months of travelling and encountering no saffas, met up with two fellow South Africans, Capetonians no less!! We spotted two guys a few times in Leticia the day before we left, buying hammocks and supplies. We assumed they were Australian, and chances are they normally would be. So with that assumed knowledge tucked safely away we carried on with our own preparations for leaving Colombia.
Leticia is a river town in southern Colombia, it borders Brazil ...