Hotel Blue Tone

Address: Via peatonal, San Andres Island, Colombia | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Via peatonal, San Andres Island, is near Johnny Cay, Aquanautas Helmet Diving, Kiteboarding at Decameron Marazul, and Karibik Diver.
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Travel Blogs from San Andres Island


A travel blog entry by aaronandperi on Jan 28, 2014

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23rd- we had heard about this really small island Rocky Cay that was about 100 meters from the shore and only 20 meters wide, it also happened to have a ship wreck right nearby and to top things off was there was a sand bar that stretch from the shore to the island to make for an easy stroll out. We inspected the map and noticed it wasn't too far from our hostel, so we decided to wasn't long after that we regretted this decision as it ...


A travel blog entry by aaronandperi on Jan 22, 2014

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... we jumped into the crystal aqua water and all the fish surrounded us. We have never seen so many fish and different kinds of tropical fish in the wild before. It was magical. The snorkelling was absolutely incredible. We also took a walk around the island which was not very big but had some piña colada bars and lots of Palm trees. We headed back on the boat as we were also heading to another island as part of the tour. It was called Johnny Cay and it was ...

En Transito

A travel blog entry by jeffwright on Oct 09, 2013

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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 ...

Paradise confusing to locate on a map

A travel blog entry by emiliaarn on Jul 11, 2013

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... and althought they claim english as a first language, this jamaican style dialect was impossible to understand for those whose first language really is english.

But thats enough of that. In summary, it was incredible.

Naturally I spent a few days just soaking up the sun, taking full advantage of the fresh mango and coconut and taking light strolls along the promenade. This was combined with trips to the ...

A bit disappointed

A travel blog entry by spikidle on Jul 10, 2013

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Bicycle Tour:
One day to force myself more than anything to at least do some exercise decide to hire a bicycle and bike around the island also with the intention of finding some more quieter beaches. It was a nice bike ride but disappointed to find most of the coast is rock rather than sand but did find to find a nice little stretch at the bottom of the Island that I had all to myself, even if it was not particularly good for ...