Zuana Beach Resort
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
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... so relaxed! We arrived with a small boat transfer at Punta Gallinas, and after a bite to eat we went in yet another 4x4 to see the very edge of the continent. I had made it to the very South of this continent in 2013 and now stood at the very North. Quite a cool accomplishment for a geography teacher. The landscape was full of the yellows and oranges of the desert and every green and blue for the water that seemed to surrounded us on all sides at times. At one ...
... gazebo with a sound system that still didn't seem to be set up. So we headed to the beach, a minute or so's trudge over the sand and it was beautiful. There was a hut with places for hammocks and a few guys on the beach one of whom was digging a sand maze. Strange French bloke called Joie.
Ended up having to sleep in hammocks for two nights. The supposed three day festival didn't start until Saturday and at one point there were as many as ...
... splendid presentation of the meat/fish dishes --but there is enough vegetarian options to satisfy!! And there has already been 3 big social functions - where HAL has 'open bar' -- bottles of Stoli's ( my old favourite) / Champagne ( I always liked that too)....and again there is a bit of a 'remembering' of days gone by - and a funny feeling seeing all this free booze and not partaking...for which I am thankful for -- because I also remember how rotten it can make you feel ...
At around 10am we took a bus with Paul and Owen towards the national park Tayrona. It is said to have a beautiful beach and you sleep in hammocks. It sounds great in theory but the reality was not so great. After a hot and sweaty 1hr long bus ride we were dropped off at the park entrance where we had to pay $20 to enter and then were offered a taxi ride 5km into the park, a walk that would take us around 1hr in his heat. We jumped in and were dropped off at a shop ...
... taking care of things properly. So far what I've learned in Colombia is never expect anything. Sadly Mark has had some experience with bedbugs back in Vancouver. Personally, I almost wish I didn't know so much because the stress and psychological **** that goes with knowing sucks! After some difficult conversations with the unhelpful people at the front desk we did eventually get moved into a private room for the night. We spent two hours shaking out all of our ...