Hotel Casa de las Palmas
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... be paying and afer all their hard work and all my waiting, I walked away from the deal.
20 minutes later they came and found me, offering me all the fish and the prawns for the price I had wanted to pay just for the fish. I felt sort of guilty, but knew there was no-one else going to buy from them and they would still be making a decent bit of coin from me.
So dinner that night was a local flavour, Fry style. The fish was fried up, prawns marinated in lime juice and ...
... it was time for some beers and meeting peeps. The hostel was preparing a barbecue which smelled great, and we met some good folks from Chile. These guys were making their way on the Colombian trail to do some wind surfing, and one of the guys recommended we venture to the small islands of San Andres and Providencia to do our diving certification. We took note and put it on the back burner. The Chileans helped us meet the group of four girls from Bogota that we were sharing ...
... we would spend a few days to relax, enjoy clean laudry and to enjoy our last days in this beautiful city! We were even more lucky and ran into Nele and Till (with which we were hiking to the lost city) when they were checking into our hostel. So we spent the last day together. Every thing comes an end, and this means that we would leave the nice, warm and humid weather and to set course to Lima were it is only 18 to 20 degrees..... brrrrrrrr. Now, it is time to pay ...
... a much improved Caroline, we pushed east along the coast to the small fishing village of Taganga for some sun, scuba diving, and our already blogged about hike to Ciudad Perdida. The town itself is hard to describe... it is underdeveloped, garbage strewn, notorious for petty theft and corrupt police, overrun with backpackers, and yet for the most part pleasant as long as you keep your eyes pointed towards the beautiful, tranquil bay ...
... to him this is a female only room. Immediately growing anxious. He looked confused. I looked angry. He saw my upset and returned with the dutch lovely owner Willekee who explained she gives out the places as the need arrives. I reply saying I thought it was female only and feel a bit rubbish that I am going to have to share with a man for the first time. Looking back now this seems nuts as the hostel life is anything goes and I will have to share often, with ...
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