Sirius Hotel Providencia
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- Continental Breakfast
- Non-smoking rooms
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Non-smoking hotel
TripAdvisor Reviews Sirius Hotel Providencia Providencia Island
Travel Blogs from Providencia Island
... consisted of going out on the water to practice survival techniques with cold weather gumby suits, inflating liferafts, working with llifesaving equipment and starting and putting out fires with full gear on and using the various types of fire extinguishers. Peter and I were among the 4 that graduated. With all the classes done, I’ll have enough on water experience by the end of this month to ...
... t use my left arm excessively or do any exercise that required me to lift weights, she was probably talking about paddling a kayak. Regardless my arms felt like noodles as I attempted to pull the oar through the water.
Well, once we finally made it to the mangroves, I noticed that Matt and Randi werenīt going too fast, and actually had decided to get out of the kayak. As I did not want to stop my newly acquired kayaking momentum, ...
... conch, crab, lobster, and a delicious coconut flavored rice served with all dishes on the island. In fact, the black crab on Providencia was so plentiful and scrumptious that I am thinking of it now and drooling. So yummy! We ended our great day by taking the boat back to our hotel and watching one of many beautiful sunsets, which unfortunately was obscured by clouds just as it pulled down low over the sea. For our anniversary dinner ...
... It is famous for a yearly migration of black crabs which normally live up in the hills but return to the sea to lay eggs during April/May and is apparently an amazing sight to witness. The Colombian army even turns up to guard the crabs and ensure people donīt mess with them. A terrible job for them Iīm sure!
Sadly we only had 4 days on Providencia but they were unforgettable and one of the highlights of the trip. We returned on the not-as-bumpy catamaran for two ...
Another day of paradise. None of us want our visit here to end. I go off to the Dive Centre and get a good chance to practice Spanish as I'm the only English speaker, though my dive buddy from yesterday, Margarit, whom I'm buddied with again today, is keen to practice her English so she speaks to me in English and I reply in Spanish.
After diving has finished, Robyn, Vanessa and I walk to South West Bay as we are determined to ...