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... coves, and our old favourite cove and did a lot more snorkelling and also of course some skinny dipping. Who can resist swimming naked in the Caribbean, it's so liberating! We had such an awesome last day and the weather was beautiful and the water was beautiful and the palm trees were beautiful and the fish were beautiful. We had an a amazing time on San Andres island but we are also ready to move on for our next adventure for peri's ...
... and within seconds heaps of big fish from the deep came up to the surface to eat which was cool. We also saw one of about 15 beached ships near the reef. Some of the ships are submerged and some of them are half sunk and hopefully we will snorkel some of them in the next few days. We stopped over some coral and the guide jumped out and grabbed some sea urchins and a big star fish which we got to hold. Next stop on the tour was one of the small islands around san ...
My time in San Andres was far too brief. But I had no choice, because I was only connecting in San Andres. The Copa flight I booked from Barranquilla to Panama City connected in San Andres for 22 hours.
San Andres was settled first by the Dutch in the 16th century. In the 17th century it was both reclaimed by the British, and then fought for--and won--by the Spanish.
In the early 20th century President Roosevelt sent commissioners to San Andres to politely request that ...
... island by a scandinavian bloke as we both waited unknowingly and uninformed for delayed buses in peru. who knew a fleeting chat would lead to the best stop of my trip. a real taste of paradise
They call it the sea of seven colours. mainly howeever, its just several delightful shades of bright blue. blendde perfectly with the bright white sandy beqches, palm trees and reggae culture. A forgottendot of caribbean. Strong ...
... I feel kind of stuck compared to other places where I can just jump on a bus and leave. - Oh well here now I guess.
Doing very little
One big positive was that I did indeed relax, well in a fashion anyway and spent a good amount of my stay just lying on the beach or swimming in the sea which was very nice and was kind of what I was after.
In saying that though I feel I have done very little in my six days here (although one day was spent ...