Cabanas de Playa Gorgona
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Kids activities or Babysitting
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... about making this trip that enabled us to get to know the other parts of the archipelago. Unfortunately it was raining very heavily when we woke up in the morning. At about 8.15 we went to the agency to ask if we do the tour or rather not. They suggested that we should wait until 9.30 if the weather gets better. In the end it did get better and we were happy to leave.
We joined other people already waiting at the jetty and were invited to get on a small motorboat ...
... after it was destroyed. it's described as a mixture of high-end buildings as well as crumbling buildings. this was verified as true. it also apparently has a havana-esque look. I'll have to get back to you on that one. after eventually orientating ourself in this confusion of streets and alleys, we eventually found the café we had been looking for. we did some shopping and headed back to the bus to head to our final stop where the shuttle was ...
... we got bored of the ants, just inside the gae, we saw a playground and decided to play. Later the tour guide called us over because we were going to be told how to use the mud to do our faces. After, we did the mud facials. The mud felt weird as we put it on and as it dried. There was a long process of drying it of after.
We went to the beach today and we played in the waves and got sand in our shorts. We also played ...
... and I both got moderately stung by coral (not fun, but cool haha). It was so incredible! The water was crystal clear, and you could see everything. There weren't many waves, and there were fish of all sizes and colors. So beautiful.
I spent the remainder of the afternoon laying on the beach. You wouldn't blame me if you saw this beach. Occasionally I would get up to play with the dog, explore the tiny island, visit with the locals. ...
... roofed huts and have to bring in water from the mainland when it is dry season as there is no natural supplies.The community of islands is self governing and pay no taxes to the Colombian government despite it being a territory of the country. Nevertheless there is a generator and cable tv and mobile reception out here in the middle of the ocean. These islands are like out of an episode of Gilligan's Island, palm covered and tiny islands dotted throughout the sea surrounded ...