La Ballena Azul Hotel
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... has added some fuel on the fire to get back into it more. We spend a good hour and a half and are already feeling the effects of the session before leaving. Stiffness and fatigue has kicked into the legs and getting up off machines and benches was getting worse towards the end of the session. We head to the supermarket and grab a big 6L of water and head back for a cook up. This morning we came across the communal food area where people put their unwanted food and it's up ...
Another early start for the scuba diving. Despite being there at 8:15 it was over an hour before we set out for the boat. It's the smallest boat I've dived off, about the size of a standard small shipping boat/island hopping ferry and was fully packed with about 20 people. There were only four of us fun diving, but there were also a pile of people in various stages of learning.
Our group was the last to get into the water, which was fine ...
... road, with various small shops or bars, and tangential to these are dirt roads up the back of town. My hostel is about a ten minute walk from the front, up a paved road.
There are two reasons for me coming here; one is the national park and the other is to dive. I was expecting to meet up with Rach and Sam at some point but they've gone radio silent so I'm cracking on with my plans as though it's back to just me. With that in mind I'm not ...
... the beach and we managed to find a place much closer to the beach and which had mosquito nets over the hammocks and seemed exactly the same in terms of other amenities so it seemed worth the extra dough for having two places booked. Spent the day sitting on the annoyingly narrow (and therefore crowded) beaches where the sea was a little too rough for swimming and the sun decided to hide behind a beach sized strip of grey cloud. We still managed to have fun with the ...
... were brought to an abrupt hault when the generator was switched off at 8:30. We then took a quick stroll along the beach before resting in our hammocks in anticipation for an early start the next day.
Cabo San Juan was apparently the place to be in Tayrona so we left the camp quite early and trekked for 45 minutes along the beach and through the sticky jungle. The beaches at Cabo San Juan were brilliant ...