Mendihuaca Caribbean Resort
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... a wonderful bed.
After breakfast we took a surf lesson and tried it out. We would not say that we surfed much, more rode the waves on the board and Tony got up once only to come crashing down which was more flailing than surfing, but fun regardless.
The rest of the day was spent exploring the surrounding beach. The rivers are spectacular to the east and west of the hostels and we hiked east to one for a wonderfully relaxing afternoon. We again ate at ...
... person we met was related to Jorde and the "nightclub" we went to was a carpark with a few tables, blasting salsa, rumba and regaetton and an endless supply of Aguila beer - what else would you want!! It wasn't long before we got over the feelings of salsa inadequacy and went out on the floor partnerless and shimmied about. We weren't girl powering it up for long when it seemed like every guy in the village was waiting for their turn to get up close and handsy!! There was no ...
... until eventually we saw julio running towards us. He explained he wanted to drive us home (we assumed to make a little more money) but we decided to continue our lazy journey down the river to the sea. We continued down getting stuck in a couple sandbars until eventually we heard the sound of crashing waves. From the river end we crossed the beach and made our way back to Palomino along the water passing small communes of local Colombians. All ...
We had booked a day trip to Tayrona national park but when he woke up Conor was adamant that he wasn't going. We finally managed to drag him out of bed and he was glad he did because we had such a good day. Had we left him in our dorm room for the day on his own god knows where he would have booked a flight to. The tour began in our guides house where we had some lunch and were given a speech about ...
... ten or so bites each at the end, although the almost toxic Deet repellant we were using certainly would have helped this matter. Although we thoroughly enjoyed the five days it was a relief to get back to civilisation, have a proper shower and change into clean dry clothes (nothing seemed to dry overnight in the camps so each morning we would put on wet sweaty clothes). Not to mention not having to get up at 5am to have breakfast then promptly start ...