San Andres Noblehouse Hotel
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... just off the coast. The area is a national park with the most amazing shades of blue water surrounding it. If you climb to the top of the rock, you can see seven colors of blue in the water, which is worth the rather harrowing barefoot climb up a rocky outcrop to stand on top-simply amazing! Randi and I had our first of many coconut piņa coladas in the island and I was grateful for the amazing tanning weather. We did our first of ...
... of the boat back onto the ocean as we hit a wall of water. As we exited the boat in Providencia, all four of us were proud to say that we hadnīt puked and that we were happy to have finally made it to the island. The customs official joked in his English Creole accent as we handed him our documents, "So you take the plane back, yes?" “Yes!” we all said with a resounding affirmation. I will surely never take that catamaran again… ...
... the waters off the coast of the island and if our friends Shannon and Daniel hadnīt gone there and raved about it, then we would probably be asking ourselves the same question. But luckily, Randi and Matt are adventurers, and so are we, so off we went to try to find island paradise. San Andres is the bigger of the two islands, and much more tourist-friendly. They have everything you could need or not need on a vacation. However, we had heard, and saw ...
... coves, and our old favourite cove and did a lot more snorkelling and also of course some skinny dipping. Who can resist swimming naked in the Caribbean, it's so liberating! We had such an awesome last day and the weather was beautiful and the water was beautiful and the palm trees were beautiful and the fish were beautiful. We had an a amazing time on San Andres island but we are also ready to move on for our next adventure for peri's ...
... at least another 15-25% on top of whatever the on-line price is)
Cost: My return flights from Medellin cost 210,000 in total. To go there cost 106,000 (70,000 for the flight, 25,000 for check luggage and 13,000 for taxes) and the return cost 86,000 (48,000 for the flight, the rest was the same)
Tourist Card: finally to enter the island you need to buy a tourist card at the airport your departing at (in Medellin this was at gate 1a)
Cost: 47,000 ...