Hotel Tamaca Beach Resort
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... to get there and hired a horse to take our large bags from Carnivale to Arricifes, the area where our campsite was located. We walked one hour to Arricifes, stopping to marvel at the beautiful views of the ocean, and massive rocks. The weather was not too hot, just right, but very humid! Our campsite was called Paradiso and we rented a tent for $10 each per night. We lived off of our own fresh fruits and vegetables that ...
... I've had all trip. Thanks to our ill-preparedness we were super cold and basically got battered by the wind all night. I eventually gave up trying to sleep at 5am and went for a jog to watch the sun rise, this was beautiful. So the nights weren't the best, but when all you have to do in the day is soak up the sun its hard to get wound up. We were lying under a tall coconut tree one morning when I donned my trusty Safety Salamander hat as I suddenly ...
... squeezing a nap in until you get back on top. But being on the go for so long with few relaxing days here and there, is starting to take its toll on both of us and we think it's probably best we just have a few down days here at this relaxed area and hostel before we head to the bigger cities and are on the move fairly solid for the next few weeks. We sort out our flights to Quito from Bogota for the 25th and so have 9 days left in beautiful Colombia. Never enough time anywhere, but ...
... went to meet Sita (who'd spent the week in Minca with Loui), at a place in a funky little alleyway where they'd seen chilli's being dried in the sun earlier that day. The restaurant, called Lamart had Ceviche on the menu and I have to admit I was sceptical about quality as most Ceviche in Colombia isn't a patch on Peruvian. Well, it was bangin'. Big meaty chunks of fish, not just pre-cooked camarones and muy muy picante! First proper spice I'd had in ...
... sofa, in a normal hammock then back to big hammock. Read my book, listened to music, took selfies! Then more people arrived. I got chatting to two American girls. Had another juice this time lolo and maracuya. Watched sun go down then took a shower. Brrrr it's cold at night! They had a camp fire which was nice and did a family dinner of roast chicken which we nice. Had a couple of glasses of wine then chilled by camp fire then went to ...