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... spent the day lying on the beautiful white sandy beach. That's about it really :) 27th- last day on the island we wanted to make the most of it and get some pictures with our big camera and explore everything we've missed so we hired a golf buggy again and had a great day going around the whole island. We got some awesome photos and swam in all the beaches and spots we had missed. We also went to our favourite side of the island found ...
... of the larger ones and we each got to hold it and pat it and wear it on our backs :p it was an incredible experience. We headed back to our hostel exhausted but finally happy. 21st - we had to change hostels as the one we were staying in was booked out. Luckily the owner had a place around the corner for a couple of dollars extra but we got a private room, private bathroom, tv and lots of space and no one else around! It's great. So we switched places and decided to go ...
... a ticket back to the US, from Mexico, but the receipt was sitting in my e-mail inbox, and there was not an internet connection at the airport. I had just twenty minutes to head to the nearest internet cafe, print my ticket, and return to the airport.
Bolting outside, scanning the area for taxis, I found a man who said he would take me to the city and back for $10. Aside from seeming way too expensive, I didn't have ten dollars on me, and didn't have time to go to an ATM to ...
... made would have been brakes on the bikes. pedalling backwards and scraping feet along floor was a finely tuned art- and safe to say there were a few minor collisions with one another. Chuck in all night salsa, mojitos and fresh grilled fish and its a recipe for the perfect getaway.
I was sad to leave, but theres only so much lazing on the beach one girl can take. Back to the mainland, and the traveller lifestyle again it was
... each way (on-line only and excludes checked luggage which is an additional 25,000 pesos each way). Bogata is slightly more expensive (again flying Vivacolumbia) as all flights to San Andres go via Medellin (probably looking starting price around 80,000-100,000 pesos).
Other airlines (such as Avianca, Copa and Lan) fly direct from Bogata or from Cartagena or Santa Marta but are much more expensive (when I looked the flights were around 300,000 each way and up)