And after randomly wandering Santa Marta, I ended up in Taganga.
In Taganga I had one day to relax and analyze the options the future brang. After a colossal breakfast, I decided to do a diving course: after diving at Easter Island, I felt some interest on that. Supposedly, Taganga is one of the places with the cheapest prices. So I looked for dive center and chose Poseidón, and got the PADI Open Water certification.
After finishing the course with the excellent Nena [co], y needed some more. Then I made the Advanced Open Water. Unfortunately, they assigned me a instructor that I hardly could bear. That was slightly uninspiring. But well, there were only 5 inmersions. And some of them were very interesting: like the one at night.
Other than that, heat, sunflies?/sandflies?, a hate and love relationship with Kate [uk] and Gregor [uk], and an opulent dinner with the owners (Max and Nena) and the passive Jonas [dk] (in which I combined ‘tortilla española’, meat and ‘pisto’). And Taganga seemed a place infested with unbearable, coke-addicted israelis. Well, every nationality seemsed to consume a lot there.
I know that the submarine photos are not very good, but be condescendent: it was my first attempt underwater.
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