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... more hours so that I could take more days off and go to Minca and do the 4-day Lost City Trek), I was hitting a wall and needed some time off. Natalia and Karen had enough time off earned to take 2 days off while I was going to take 3. We decided to visit Tayrona National Natural Park, stay over night and then I would spend another night on Palomimo beach before heading back to base camp.
We set off from Finca Carpe Diem at 9am in the direction of Tayrona National Natural ...
... agreed we were beat. So we've retired to our hammocks. I've managed to set up my hammock net but have learned that its better to do it during the day when i can actually see what i'm doing. We are both in out hammocks currently listening to the wonderful sound of rain falling onto our thatched roof. Oh how i've missed the jungle sounds : ) just not the fact that the toilets are on the opposite side of the finca. Ohh well you can't win them all ; ...
... different context and then I'm ****** again. After your ones awe inspiring speech we got chatting to these Indian American guys and straight away we hit it off with them. You couldn’t have met a group of nicer guys if you tried. There were three of them (Viraj, Vivek and Amit) and they were from Atlanta, Georgia. And that’s the state of Georgia in America and not the country. I'm sure ...
... Not only had I heard too many stories by locals that they had been on their way to South America 15 years ago, but had not left the lake since arriving there. I could see they were trapped. This is what happens in a vortex. It traps you. It sucks you in. Escaping a vortex is not a simple matter. Even leaving the lake for a weekend at the nearby hot springs in Xela seemed a feat, a task.
I had a lot of fear. Is it safe out there? Would I survive outside of the ...
... squeezing a nap in until you get back on top. But being on the go for so long with few relaxing days here and there, is starting to take its toll on both of us and we think it's probably best we just have a few down days here at this relaxed area and hostel before we head to the bigger cities and are on the move fairly solid for the next few weeks. We sort out our flights to Quito from Bogota for the 25th and so have 9 days left in beautiful Colombia. Never enough time anywhere, but ...