Royal Decameron Aquarium
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- Swimming pool
- Continental Breakfast
TravelPod Member ReviewsRoyal Decameron Aquarium San Andres Island
Cet hôtel était raisonnablement correct avec ses bâtiments dans la mer. Ce qui a été le plus surprenant était la qualité des repas aux restaurants de cet hôtel tout inclus.
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TripAdvisor Reviews Royal Decameron Aquarium San Andres Island
Travel Blogs from San Andres Island
After three weeks in Providencia waiting out the winds and seas, we finally had a weather window to travel south to San Andres. Our sail down was quick and without any issues. I tell David that this is the best kind of sailing. The entrance way to the channel leading into San Andres was quite eerie due to the number of ghost boats who had run aground and were left ...
San Andres island is officially in my top 5 favourite places in the world! We planned to spend 4 days here but extended to 10 and to be honest I could have spent 6 months living happily on the island. The island is 800km North of Colombia and 200km east of Nicaragua, not sure why its a Colombian island but the mix of Colombian-Caribbean is awesome. Its only 12km long and 4km wide so we spent the week zipping about on a scooter, I ...
In my travels I have begun to compile a list of the worldīs worst jobs. For example, the ladies who lift unmentionables in order to scrub dead skin off in Chinese bathhouses makes the list, as does anything remotely related to cleaning a squatty potty. After our most recent experience on the El Esplendor, the catamaran pilot who makes the daily journey from San Andres to Providencia and back, has rocketed to the top of my worldīs worst ...
After Bogota we flew to San Andres Island to meet up with Randi and Matt, who were joining us for the rest of our trip to Colombia. The islands of San Andres and Providencia are technically part of Colombia, but are actually much closer to Nicaragua and Honduras, on the western side of the Caribbean Sea. Which begs the question that many of Randiīs co-workers asked: “Why on earth would you want to go there?” Honestly, if I hadnīt seen ...
23rd- we had heard about this really small island Rocky Cay that was about 100 meters from the shore and only 20 meters wide, it also happened to have a ship wreck right nearby and to top things off was there was a sand bar that stretch from the shore to the island to make for an easy stroll out. We inspected the map and noticed it wasn't too far from our hostel, so we decided to walk...it wasn't long after that we regretted this decision as it ...