Hotel Tamaca Beach Resort
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... straight through, breaking the rope. This caused quite a disturbance and at one road block they had put tyres in the way to so we were forced to stop. As we did the car was surrounded by women and children demanding we pay. They are only wanting a few pesos, maybe a pound or so. Eventually we gave in and paid, the tourists that is not the driver! I think the tour companies need a slightly better relationship with the landowners so everyone is happy and ...
... so disgusted by this treatment I left after only one night of my two night booking, The next hostel I tried had good Wifi but again I was still told I had to turn the TV off at 10pm - a patronising phenomena I have only found in Santa Marta. Ironically the TV broke on my second night there.
Yet another amazing coincidence occurred when I bumped into the Swiss guy who'd joined us on the Special Tour in San Agustin what seems like forever ago in ...
... lives on the boat. I wouldn't go that far - but I can see the appeal!! Fact is, when I discovered that the URL/hyperlink that I had put in entry 2 -- had been replaced by HAL to now show the new 2016 world cruise - I filled in the blank fields - and viewed that itinerary. It was similar in lots of the countries - but just enough new ones to make me want to do that one too!!! ( no - I don't have the buckets of money some of these repeat cruiser have!!-- but if I did-?) ......I ...
... and lovely way to start the day! We dried off and headed back to the path where I was to continue upwards and she was to return home, when we came across the flower lady and her two children. The flower lady was also heading up the path, dressed in mudboots and armed with a machete, searching for particular flowers to chop down and sell. Her children followed along, a young boy of about 12 and a girl of about 16. I chatted with them a bit while walking up, and ...
... for camping and there are hammocks on the beach for overnight guests. We opted not to do this based on the lack of time again - but we also heard the Mosquitos are particularly horrendous so I wasn't too disappointed! On our 2 hour hike back out to the bus we saw a family of monkeys in the trees above so that was pretty exciting. They're pretty quick so it's hard to take a good picture but they were pretty entertaining swinging and jumping from branch to branch ...