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Taganga, Day 3

Last day for rest, relaxation, and fresh Colombian fruit juices

sunny 31 °C

Well, this is it. Almost it. Tomorrow I head back to Santa Marta to get a bus (or 3 buses, depending on how it works out) to Caracas, Venezuela. It will take me a long time to get there so who knows when I`ll be on the net again. Perhaps not for a couple days, perhaps tomorrow.

I haven`t been doing much besides drinking fruit juice and reading on the beach for the last couple days so there`s not much to talk about. I might have been bored if it hadn`t been for Jill, a girl from Boston I`ve been hanging out with. But she`s great and awesome to talk to - she reminds me a lot of my cousin Amanda, both in looks and manners, and is fun to be around. Today we walked 20 minutes along the rocky coastal ridge to another little beach called Playa Grande and enjoyed a quiet morning. There was a little old Colombian couple waist-deep, with linked arms, helping each other walk along near the shore and they were so cute; the old lady had a ballcap on to protect her from the sun. Lots of people showed up toward noon though, and we both decided we actually liked the beach right in Taganga better, so we headed back about an hour ago. She`s still there enjoying the sun, while I, who can`t take too much sun, have gone off to run errands. I need a shower to rinse all the salt off me!

P.S. Yesterday I posted a couple more pictures. You can see them by clicking on the photos here:

Posted by The Cat 12:27

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