Sol Caribe Campo
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking
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Travel Blogs from San Andres Island
... 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 ...
... already mentioned that we should sit in the middle so that we could continuously see the horizon, so we did. They both assured me that would help prevent us from becoming sick. Well, we sat on the new catamaran for at least an hour while it was reloaded and they checked to see if it was ocean ready. Finally we chugged out of the harbor, but were a little worried because there were two policemen on board whose main job, it seemed, was to ...
... immediately on the plane bound for the island, that San Andres is basically a big tourist trap and that we had to get to Providencia as soon as possible, so that is what we tried to do. Unfortunately it is a tad bit difficult (understatement of the year…) to get to the island, which means, if you put in some effort, you will find tropical paradise. There are only two flights a day to the tiny island from San Andres, run by Satena and ...
... we packed up our bags, jumped in a taxi and headed to the airport. We got on the plane and to our surprise the first flight, which was only two hours to Bogota, has movies on the back of the seats! Peri watched turbo (yes the kids movie about the snail) and Aaron watched Jobs, the movie about Steve jobs. We landed in Bogota, had a 2 hour wait between flights before we got on another plane to Santa marta, on the Caribbean coast. (More photos to ...
... the terminal and waited around to board. We were then put into two lines, boys and girls. This was very strange. They then proceeded to bring out the sniffer dogs and pat all the boys down. It was quite strange as we had crossed many borders and been on a few flights and even came into Colombia with no sniffer dogs or pat downs, the island is also still a part of Colombia. We eventually got to board the plane which didn't have assigned seats and it wasn't ...