Zuana Beach Resort
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- Airport Transportation
- Continental Breakfast
- Drycleaning onsite
- Minbar in room
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
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The drive up the coast from Cartagena to Santa Marta was both beautiful and tedious. We followed the coastal road expecting to see tropical vistas framed by the sea but soon realized this area of the world is arid most of the year. Their rainy season is April to June and everything greens up but the rest of the year it is …
... the Park. The bus journey took about 30 minutes and after getting some cash at a restaurant nearby (for a commission of 10%), we entered the park. There was a 15 minute explanation of the map of the park and then we queued for the entrance ticket which cost about €13. Our bags were searched for any alcohol, drugs etc. The park security guy looked at my make-up bag curiously but laughed when I told him I was looking for a boyfriend so I needed the make-up!! Boyfriend ...
We knew we only had about 10days left of the stay in Colombia, we were still tired of moving around but also tired of being on the same place. Seemed like Rodadero would offer a bigger and nicer beach than Taganga, so there we went!
Hostel seemed okay. Should need some renovating. We came along with the staff and ...
... took one look and said there wasn’t a chance of them doing it. I said I’d do it but I knew that I would again be ******** myself. The drop was pretty ******* big. This was by no means a walk in the park. I was up there a while and everyone was telling me to jump and to not think about it but that was easier said than done. Have to say the Americans were full of encouragement and kept being ...
... bubble? The friendly, kind and supportive environment that had been nurturing my being, my work, my growth, my creativity, my musical expression, my songs and laughter. Yes, I was being called to "the next level", but I was more fearful than ever before. The comfort zone was super comfortable. I knew, and I know, San Marcos is not going anywhere. I can return to the lake when I have answered this call from the high Andes. This call I have been hearing for almost 30 ...