Sunrise Beach Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
TripAdvisor Reviews Sunrise Beach Hotel San Andres Island
Travel Blogs from San Andres Island
... that passengers were not recommended to chew gum during the trip. Hmmm….Maybe it really was all that bad, I began to think. However, as we boarded the boat and buckled ourselves in for the two-hour journey, it did not seem as if the trip could really be all that bad. We watched a beautiful sunrise over the crystal blue serene waters of San Andres and hoped we would simply go to sleep and wake up in island paradise. We had woken up ...
... 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 ...
... and within seconds heaps of big fish from the deep came up to the surface to eat which was cool. We also saw one of about 15 beached ships near the reef. Some of the ships are submerged and some of them are half sunk and hopefully we will snorkel some of them in the next few days. We stopped over some coral and the guide jumped out and grabbed some sea urchins and a big star fish which we got to hold. Next stop on the tour was one of the small islands around san ...
... Andres residents are descendents of Jamaican slaves.
When I was at the airport ready to board my flight to Panama, I was asked by a Copa employee to provide proof of onward travel from Panama. I didn't have anything booked leaving from Panama, so he said a couldn't board the flight. After about 20 minutes of debating the rule with him in Spanish, he finally got permission to let me board the flight if I could provide proof of traveling back to the United States.