Mendihuaca Caribbean Resort
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... us all out of action for the next day, we struggled in the heat and needed a lot of hammock time. Eventually we got ourselves back to Santa Marta as the Dutch lads were going back to Holland and I fancy going to the mountains for a while, where it is a little cooler and even more quiet. In this first week of peace and tranquility it was damn annoying to drop my iPhone in the sea while trying to dodge a wave. The annoying thing is - it annoyed me so much!! Sitting here in ...
... so disgusted by this treatment I left after only one night of my two night booking, The next hostel I tried had good Wifi but again I was still told I had to turn the TV off at 10pm - a patronising phenomena I have only found in Santa Marta. Ironically the TV broke on my second night there.
Yet another amazing coincidence occurred when I bumped into the Swiss guy who'd joined us on the Special Tour in San Agustin what seems like forever ago in ...
... available. We enjoyed a tasty fish dinner and played a few games of cards before getting an early night in a bed surrounded by the much needed mosquito net. We were chatting to Rafael throughout and he turned out to be a well educated and very interesting character. Working as an anthropologist for a museum in Bogota, he would be opening a museum in the nearby Tayrona national park soon and it was his dream to visit the lost city.
... scenic and if there's one regret we've had on this trip, it's the lack of a waterproof camera. Luckily we've met plenty of people who can take pictures of us.
We reached the mouth of the river by the estuary after two and a half hours of relaxation and walked back along the beach. A thoroughly enjoyable time. We chilled by the pool in the afternoon and played with the multiple dogs roaming around the place. In the evening ...
... well so we sat around chatting or playing in the pool with them. Dinner was eaten in the hostel along with a few happy hour drinks before heading off to bed. The next day was spent pretty much the same, in the pool, sun baking, eating, drinking with a walk along to beach to the spot where the river meets the sea for a quick dip and cool down. The river water was really cold, the sea was hot. A bizarre feeling to be in cold water then have warm ...