Hotel Tamaca Beach Resort
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... br> Christmas day was a strange one, mostly due to the baking heat on the Caribbean coast. The morning was spent skyping friends and relatives before Parkie joined us for some lunch in a Caribbean wings place which we enjoyed with a couple of bottles of wine. Claire and I switched to a private room for the next 2 nights and socialised in the bar while listening to Christmas music.
We had relatively high expectations ...
... certainly didn't meet our expectations. Seeing some wildlife however did dramatically raise our moral and we ended the day with more cold beer and a smashing home cooked curry at the hostel, again avoiding those stairs! We decided to spend our final day in Minca chilling. A good decision, as the reasonably nice weather and blue skies we had had over the past few days seemed to disappear, being replaced with a misty grey sky. After the best porridge we ever eaten, ...
... swimming. Having spent hours relaxing in the shade, reading and swimming in the warm waters we decided to check out Cabo beach about a 30 min walk from here to see if we would stay there tomorrow night. The accommodation looks over the beach and a nice little swimming lagoon so it's the perfect spot to stay, which is why when you arrive there is so many people. We ran into the girls we met on the ride to the park and found out that they pay 7000 pesos more than us for a ...
... of their establishments into piles, so the sea can deal with it later. In case you hadn't noticed, Taganga is not our favourite place in South America and we are a little surprised that no one had mentioned this to us before now. For dinner we just had street food before buying a nice big ice cream and a 5 litre bag of water. After that we headed home for a good night sleep, it's just a shame no one told that to the hostel down the road. It's not ...
... tomato, mozzarella and mortadella (like bologna) sandwich but I had nothing to do so I accompanied them to a restaurant where I watched them eat some less than stellar food for about 30,000 pesos a piece. Ridiculous. I feel bad for the people who didn't think to bring food. After they ate, we chatted with some older Spanish folks and then headed back to the campsite to roll a few J's with the stuff I had gotten (a whole handful for less then US$3) from Rancho ...