Mendihuaca Caribbean Resort
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... three passionfruits in as well. Not the best porridge, but better than nothing!! Then for the rest of the afternoon, I did nothing. And planned my last few days. Thursday 20 November 2014 The whole point of being in this rather rubbish city is to explore the surrounding area. The main attraction being the Tayrona National Park. Yesterday I enquired about a trip to the national park, but the guy was most unhelpful and told me to just get a public bus and walk by myself. A ...
... in from the other side. Being by the pool and in the sun is both enjoyable and tiring. It's making us really lazy. Some friends we met in the Colombia joined us in the hostel so we spent much of the day swimming in the pool and catching up. In the evening we went to a fair, complete with rides, food and games. We didn't stay too long as you had to get a recharge card for rides and the line to buy one was huge and then the line to recharge it was even ...
We were recommended to visit the coastal city of Santa Marta in the north of Colombia. Despite it being the oldest city in Colombia, it was nothing more than an unbareablely humid, chaotic place where we couldn't even find a shop selling a bottle of cold water.
We were quick to escape Santa Marta and head to the next colonial, historic city of Cartagena. Unfortunately I was hit hard with Dehli Belly or ...
... Somehow from there the tournament developed a loser's bracket, some unofficial matches, and then devolved into games based on drinking beer fast. It turns out The Dreamer is a party hostel.
I got bored of "drink the beer" and saw that "drink the beer" had given an Australian guy the idea that he was really good at Spanish. He was talking to a girl who was obviously fluent and seemed to be getting tired of this language dance. When he stumbled away, it ...
... lunch. It ended up being so much food that we gave it away to any hostel staff that wanted some. And then, Julian was off. In 20 hours I felt like we had really connected, but I didn't get any contact information and I'll probably never see him again. Such is life.
So I sat around all day again, until Lukas and his friend from his Spanish class, Carolina from Brazil, came to stay at my hostel. Onward to Tayrona in the taymorning!