Hotel Tamaca Beach Resort
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... little seaside village called Palomino. There I met up with Dharana, Francisco, Sophia, Ben, Stephan and Pascale, all people I had met in San Marcos. Met some of the local indigenous Kogis and lived in a very cool hostal, Casa Simon, with mostly South American travelers. Then for the last 10 days I've been in Minca, another small town, up in the deeply forested hills above Santa Marta. These few weeks of resting, relaxing, being at the beach and walking in the forest, ...
... and all our clothes were essentially constantly moist (and smelly) to one degree or another for the whole trek. Day two took us from our first camp to the city base camp. Most of the land we passed through belonged to the Kugi tribe, who are about as detached as you can get from modern man while still having contact. They live entirely off the land, wear simple plain white clothes (actual sacks in the case of some of the kids) and it is a very ...
... here than I perhaps I thought but I am sure in the next few months I will get a little further from the beaten track. Here at the Caribbean coast the atmosphere and energy reminds me of parts of Central America, El Trunco in El Salvador and the shores of Lago Atitlan. Always music playing (usually the same reggaeton they played two years ago as well) and friendly people going about their lives under the glorious sun, making everyone look just a little bit prettier. A nice pace of ...
Last night's dinner in the Vintage Room was wonderful. There were a total of 14 of us. We all gathered and chatted a short time with some pink champagne. There was a photographer who took our group picture and we were all presented with a picture at the end of the dinner. Also, we all received copies of the menu, and the wines that we tried.
Each wine was discussed before we tried it. There were many wines ...
... bronze statue of Carlos Valderrama, a famous Colombian footballer. That's an hour of my life that I will never get back and with the statue rated in the top 10 attractions in Santa Marta, you might get an idea of the city we are staying in. Needless to say, Chris was chuffed. We are here for 2 reasons. 1/ we are heading to Parque Tayrona tomorrow from which this is a gateway. 2/ there is ...