Mendihuaca Caribbean Resort
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... Ella and I practically ran for an hour and a half through jungle and sweltering heat to ensure ourselves and friends hammocks as opposed to the alternative, well-worn tents. We were first in line and had our pick of the hammocks overlooking the crashing waves just meters away from our hut made from old coconut tree fronds. The scenery was so dramatic, it took some getting used to. Boulders the size of houses made up the headlands dividing the otherwise continuous golden sand ...
... a pretty exciting 'walk' for all. The end of our lovely stay in Minca meant we were heading of to the coast for the first time which compensated for our sadness at leaving Minca. Arriving at The Dreamer hostel Palomino (which I had been told was like a hotel resort) was immediately well received by the boys once they spotted the swimming pool slap bang in the middle! The beach was fantastic too, although a little rough for swimming but the highlight was our tubing session down ...
... two white sand swimming beaches (the strong currents at many other beaches mean swimming is not allowed) are separated by the rocky point jutting into the turquoise Mar del Caribe. However, because of this the campsite beside the beach is depressingly large, with regimented lines of tents and hammock sheds that look like battery chicken farms. However, we had paid an extra 5000 pesos to stay on the point and so we smugly walked past the inferior looking ...
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]We were immediately approached by a bunch of young guys with small motorbikes who wanted to take us and our overweight luggage, to our hotel on the beach. There were no other options to consider except to walk a few km. in the heat. So, after our luggage was mounted on the front handlebars, we hopped on and hoped for the best!
The young taxi ...
... more like an elevated hose) was open-sky, so you could look out at the stars while working the Johnson's Baby.
After the first night we decided to extend our stay from four to six nights. By day two we had our routine sussed. Up at 7am ...