Hotel La Ballena Azul
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TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel La Ballena Azul Santa Marta
Right on the beach.The beach is pretty dirty.Plenty of choices of restaurant to choose near by. Staff very friendly.Wi fi ok ,air con in room,30 degrees cent. most days,very hot and humid.Area is reasonably safe,normal rules apply.Breakfast across the road if yours is included.Bring cash.
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I have spent the last six days relaxing at the little rustic beach resort of Taganga,which is a few kilometers from the port city of Santa Marta.
I have made no attempt to do anything remotely taxing other than a day trip to a dry tropical forest in the Tayrona National Park.This was more of an excuse to have a little exercise.
... twenty minutes while we ate, because it was just so good.
We finished lunch and then needed a little rest so we chilled in a hammock at the hostel. It was so nice to just relax today, and Melissa could not have made a better plan to do just that. We got a taxi back to the hotel so we could pick up our bags and then part ways. It was a perfect weekend up here in Santa Marta, and I was really sad to see Melissa leave tonight. I’m not on ...
... compost or organizing the plant.
Armando is a strong man, pitty that he is not leader. He could be great of his community of Montecristo.
I will make you the arepa made with YUCA when I am back. It is so much nice than with corn flower. taste more like fine pancake.
We also learn that the moon is a really big factor here in the germination process. There are believes and practices here modeled from the moon crescent.
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This blog is still describing activities of week one along with the fun that came with week number 2! The weeks are flying by So, from Cartagena we did a day trip to a place called Playa Blanca meaning 'white beach' a remote island type place, mostly accessible via boat but you can get there by road too (it's quite difficult to explain!) - basically all you need to know is that it's the nicest beach in South America for ...
... white clothes and basic food. Their only luxury seemed to be the Wellington boots they wore to navigate the many rivers but they wore them bare foot! The children were incredibly cute, you couldn't tell if they were boys or girls since nobody cuts their hair in the village. There were priceless moments when the mango tree in the middle of the houses dropped fruit to the sound of a loud bang - the kids from all around the camp sprint to get to the mango first! For ...