Sunrise Beach Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Room service
TripAdvisor Reviews Sunrise Beach Hotel San Andres Island
Travel Blogs from San Andres Island
... see the number of cars and particularly motorbikes on the street as the sounds of their engines pierced my ears. After a quick call to Renee the local clearing agent, we were able to dinghy onto shore. The streets were lined with retail stores, restaurants, street vendors. Walking a few blocks, we were thrust into an upscale tourist shopping district- something we hadn't been exposed to ...
... of the sea. Not good for walking on but lining the west coast are about 25 different dive sites, some over coral reef, reef walls and shipwrecks. The marine life was spectacular, Paddy and I did about a dozen scuba dives each and raised our PADI qualifications simultaneously. The rest of the time we were playing cards, swimming, reading or eating! My birthday was something out of a dream, we went for a scuba dive in the morning, then ...
... and had taken Dramamine so it was safe to assume that we would be out as soon as we closed our eyes.
The boat left promptly at 7:30 AM, and San Andres harbor looked beautiful as we pulled away. Unfortunately, though, about 10 minutes into our journey with the engines on full speed, we heard an awful buzzing sound that clearly indicated the engine was overheating. About 5 minutes later it was clear the engine had failed and ...
... When I originally booked the Colombia tickets it was impossible to buy plane flights to Providencia online, and when I checked closer to the time of leaving, they were all sold out. We were in a bit of a pickle. So, during our stay in Bogota Jon and I frantically tried to find a way to get to the island, especially since weŽd already booked and paid for our hotel there. After finding no luck with Colombian travel agents or the internet, we booked ...
... ship wreck as well which was a big rusty tanker with fish swimming all around it, it was pretty cool. We snorkelled for hours getting lost watching thousands of fish swimming below us. As we were walking back to land these little local girls about 6-8 years old asked Peri to borrow her snorkel and wanted to play with her. They were fascinated by her blue eyes and by our underwater camera. When peri took a photo of them they put their ...