Hotel Tamaca Beach Resort
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... Colombian club tunes. The night continued growing until it was resembling something so far from what I would have guessed our two year anniversary would have resembled if you had asked me even a week earlier. It was fun. Really fun. The next two days we also spent here and were far more subdued, passed mainly in reading our books playing cards and even BANANAGRAM! On our last night in Santa Marta we met up with our friends from Medellin, Rob and Amy, who were staying at ...
... hole. Funny to think the last time I was here 4 months ago I was on my own and now had my family in tow. I will admit it was a lot more fun with them, everyone got into the rather frigid waters to enjoy the waterfall, the boys splashing around trying to stave off hypothermia. The next day was my treat to them all, a day's survival course in the jungle at DG Survival School, where four months previously I had done my 3 day course with Duncan. This time he had to gear it for ...
... tournament until the dinner bell sounded for another amazing meal. There was always a large bonfire on the beach, some nights we played card games and chatted for hours and we always had our rum. When we first started travelling together 10 years ago, we wanted to find a place that was fun, cool and was isolated just enough to deter most jerks. Costeño is that place. It was what we had sought for so many years, a little slice of paradise before ...
... kills behind us start snapping at him to shut up etc and he's not too impressed. He was annoying and drunk but he was just trying to get a few laughs and have a bit of fun. We drop a few others off at their respective hostels before finally arriving at Drop Bear. With everyone covered in flour and sticky from sweating all day, Leesh came up with a genius plan to snag the shower first and heads straight there while I grab the key from reception, head to the room and grab our ...
... for £5). And then a few doors down was 'gringo mikes' an american restaurant that sells the best burgers (after a while you can't help but crave western food!). The next day we went on a 5 hour trip of caving, canyoning and abseiling. This was definitely extreme but was amazing fun. There were three Swedish medics students and an American in our group who were all nice. The caving was pretty intense - we had head torches but it was very claustrophobic ...