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- Swimming pool
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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At best a so so sleep, giving up shortly after 0500 for some wifi news and browsing on today's destination. Out after 0610 to dip my feet in the local water. It was okay temp-wise. There were piles or somewhat rank seaweed on shore. The underlying sand was black. People were out jogging, some vendors already set up on the promenade. It is a lovely …
It was a poor sleep for whatever reason but them's the breaks on this A to B travel day. Will be happy to get into the room at Santa Marta.
Brekkie on the terrace was a packed lunch of a ham/cheese sandwich [no surprise there], a juice, a banana and an apple, the latter not partaken of as Michelle thought it was so so. We all agreed anyone …
... getting used to this heat though. I was hoping after a few days it wouldn’t be so bad, but it might even be getting worse. The humidity is the worst part about it, especially not having A/C at the hostel. As soon as I get out of the shower I am just sweating again. There’s no way to stop it. I can only imagine what it’s going to be like in the jungle tomorrow for this trek to the beach, but it’s all part of the ...
We do have some kind of daily basis now since Dav has spanish lesson or I work with Mision Gaia MG.
When we are free, we go to refresh ourselves to the waterfall called Pozo Azul or Marinska...
We go for a nice hike in the jungle where you can see Toucan, squirrels, snake or insect that I never seen.
Butterfly here are incredible, I have seen one that was bigger than tennis ball.
... 5 day option. We were glad of this as another 4 hours would have got painful. The afternoon consisted of a nap, a game of pool (yep, they had a pool table at this camp!), lazing in the hammock and swimming in the nearby rock pool. Bliss. It was nice to take some time to appreciate where we were and discuss in detail our feelings of the last few days. We saw several different critters, plenty of humming birds, a couple of parrots that live loosely at the camp, and mapana, a ...