Zuana Beach Resort
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... first flight was delayed for over an hour so we were told that we would probably miss our connection and as a result we were placed on a later flight from Bogota to Santa Marta. In Bogota it took some time to find the gate to our connecting flight which we soon discovered was in the other terminal. Finally reaching the gate, we received the unpleasant news that our new connecting flight was cancelled ...
... along the northern coast. But what a contrast. Gone are the cute streets and balconies overflowing with flowers. This is chaos. Markets on every street, people everywhere and lots of shops kind of chaos. After getting a taxi from the bus terminal to the hotel (5k), I dropped my bags and went out for a wander around. I was so hungry, having only eaten a few slices of papaya. I wandered to the main square - Parque de Simon Bolivar. Here there were some homeless people ...
... be howler monkeys. We were also lucky enough to see two woodpeckers doing their thing, knocking on wood. As the trail finishes at Cabo we decided to spend the rest of the afternoon there and enjoyed a nice long swim after such a hot walk. While there we also ran into a group of kiwi boys we met at our hostel in Medellin, and a kiwi couple who had been staying at Arrecifes. This is the most New Zealanders we have met since being in South America which is a surprise as we ...
Yesterday, I woke up a drank some fresh organic coffee from Minka and ate fresh papaya, farm eggs, and homemade arepas for breakfast. I was a few days behind on my blog and had lots of photos to upload so I spent a couple hours catching up. Then I broke down the tent (starting to get good at set up and break down now that I've used it a few times) and took a walk around the Rancho Relaxo property and took pictures. I ...
... cards, charades, 20 questions and other paper based games (no fb in the jungle) before getting into our hammocks to sleep! The Lost City itself was well worth the blisters and sore knees. It is a vast collection of ruins from a city built and inhabited by the indigenous people in 800BC. Really interesting history made all the more exciting by mozzies the size of golf balls.
After our nights in the jungle, we felt like a bit of chill time so headed ...