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... lightly. In this town there were maybe three small hotels, a tiny beach, two dive shops, and a handful of restaurants within walking distance. The fact that it was such a simple place is maybe what I liked the most about Providencia. Although it is beautiful, it has not been over-run with hotels and commercialism like San Andres. All the hotels on the island are affiliated with Decameron hotels, but all of the places to sleep are very small ...
... 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 ...
... reading our voucher thoroughly, the desk staff claimed that we would have to wait and see if they could honor Hotwire´s voucher, because they had absolutely no rooms available for the evening and they would have to contact our travel agent first. So, there we sat, in the un-air conditioned lobby without a drink or food or bed in sight, while the hotel tried to contact Hotwire so they could confirm our booking. When they finally pulled our reservation ...
... around town and at the beach and got some drinks for the night time. Only to realise that we were one day early for the hottest 100. 25th- there were a few other spots on the island we wanted to check out snorkelling wise and days were running out. So we decided to grab the bikes from the hostel and go for a ride around the island. We went looking for this place called 'nirvana' which was meant to have great snorkelling. However we could ...
... but is actually quite easy on a bike as almost entirely flat so pretty easy going and it is only around 23kms in total which is not too hard.
Cost: 25,000 pesos for the day (15,000 for a half day). A scooter costs 70,000 and a golf cart 100,000.
Johnny Cay: A little island (well sort of) just off the mainland. A good day trip and ´probably the nicest beach of all - although slightly ruined by the loud music some of the bars play all day. You normally stop ...