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Travel Blogs from San Andres Island
... ear blockage, which basically puts him as unlikely to be able to equalize in deep water, so he decided to pull the plug. I pushed onward and finished up my pool sessions after a long day in the water and some wrinkled fingers. Back home to study up the last 2 chapters, and then back in the water at 8am the next morning for the first open water dives! Afterwards, we explored the town a bit and grabbed some decent grub. The next morning we made our way back to the center and ...
... we were traveling around the island by boat.
The last all of us were sad, we spent the day packing and remembering all the things that we did. I don't know how to describe that feel, but believe once you go to San Andres you will never want to go.
San Andres is a paradise in the middle of the sea, I really recommend you to go, you wont regret.
The experience is awesome, and in that island you can rest and party at the same time.
Our hostel is bloody expensive $17 a night for a dorm but when you consider that we get free reign over the bar, securities walky talkies, theatre room, their eskies and what ever else we want its not too bad.
Had a blast again see the photos coming soon.
... mainland so i think she'd be alright with it. Also the fact that its a resort town for the rich and famous of South America, its pretty much a Caribbean play ground for the Latino's, the South american Bali if you will.
... One of the locals (Beattrice) offered to take us around the island (we had hired a golf cart) and show us some lesser known attractions for free, she basically just jumped on the cart and said I'll show you around for free lets go...you can give me a tip at the end of the day if you like.. She took us to a couple of places which we would not have seen otherwise, the lagoon, the big tree and some big rock and tried a few local fruit and veg that you can ...