Hotel Tamaca Beach Resort
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... we arrived at Playa Grande it was packed with restaurants and beach chairs so we kept on walking to the next beach, and the next beach. These last couple of beaches were occupied by locals in shacks, and again were trashed so we headed back to Grande. On the way back we found view points that gave a glimpse of what the place could be, if it weren't for all the rubbish. To try and sleep at the beach we hired chairs and at first the ones around us were empty but ...
... went out, so while everyone sat around talking by candle light, I became the entertainment for the night. I legitimately played a solo concert for everyone (mostly covers) and everyone was very grateful for the I've music. The best part: I drank good whiskey and beer for free all night. It was a pretty chilled out and relaxing night and I went to sleep early again, in order to be up early so I could finally make it into ...
... not what will make me truly happy in the end.
So to come back closer to the topic at hand with those points in mind, Oscar's outlook made me appreciate that this sense of accomplishment doesn't need to be from making the blingiest, fanciest electronics in the world. It could just be from shaping your own life, every aspect, into what you want it to be. I am nowhere near the point in my life where I can say what that shape would be, but someday I may just end up being Oscar's ...
... we felt probably worse than before we had gone to sleep. We decided to do an overnight trip to Tayrona National Park tomorrow so we headed back to the mall to the supermarket so we could buy some groceries that we could take with us. We came back for a much needed swim which was the best part about the hostel! We had dinner down the road from the local food stand and spent the night watching ...
... I'm sorry to say that I neglected to include one very important item, namely scouse wit. I thoroughly look forward to witnessing and being on the receiving end of some genuine scouse wit. I'll leave you with a favouite comment of mine, thrown at me during a scouse wedding breakfast. After being served desert I picked up a fork and commenced scoffing when one of my fellow diners said to me “Come on lad, where are you from? Eating your pudding with a fork, there's a spoon there!” ...