2- the old wooden boats that completely cover the ocean
3- how it’s a beatiful beach…surrounded by even more beautiful mountains
4- the little old man with twinkly eyes who sold me my bracelets and when i told him i was colombian he gave me the biggest hug and said “welcome to your country”
6- scuba diving for the first time. trying not to panic. and then becoming addicted.
taganga is a little hidden gem town right outside of santa marta. i had no idea what to expect when arriving, but as the taxi turned the corners of the mountain side, i was awestruck by it’s beauty. it has a quaint, small town feel…with a complete laid-back, beach bum attitude. it’s also the place were i would like to build a small house on the side of a mountain and live forever. scuba dive during the day, eat fresh fish for lunch, coco limeades for happy hour, and sit on the beach and watch sunset at night. repeat for 365 days and that sounds like a pretty sweet life if you ask me!
la chiva!! this is colombian’s famous bus. they are used as public transport and now are used more as “party busses” where at night they play loud music, dance rumba, and take shots of aguardiente while going from town to town :-)
coco limeade for kim. coco limeade with vodka for astrid :-)
creepiest picture ever.
and perhaps my favorite part of the day.