Taganga was hot, humid and full of people that wanted to rob me so I had to get out. I hadn’t heard many good things about Santa Marta. It was only 15 minutes away but everyone said it was basically a dump and the only >
Food and travel in Colombia including where to travel in Colombia, what to eat in Colombia and Colombian food recipes.
It’s six months and I’m still alive! The post title should really be Eat Drink Dance or Eat Drink Eat More but you get the idea.
Coming from Cali, I was spoiled with lunches averaging $2-3 dollars and was shocked when I arrived in this “small village” to see lunch for two or three times that – I knew the locals weren’t eating there.
After midnight we hear the police behind us and think they are there to protect us but once they meet up with us I´m not so sure.
I wasn’t robbed today but the girl above was. She was walking with another guy down to the end of the road where our hostel sits and was stopped at the corned by a local with a machete who wanted their money.