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Days 5-7 Capurgana


I stayed two nights in La Bohemia hostel — it is a super chill and adorable hostel I wish I took a picture! The owner is Victoria she is from France but has lived in Colombia for 3 years now. 1,205 more words


Dog Days In Capurganá

Our San Blas sailing trip left us in the small town of Capurganá, which could very well be Colombian for “middle of nowhere” or “paradise” or both. 813 more words

Travel Diary

The Final Stretch - Paddling to Colombia, 4 of 4 - video

The last few days of our trip we continued putting in the big days and 20 to 25 km became standard. Both of us were keen to get this trip finished. 391 more words


Putting in the miles - Paddling to Colombia, 3 of 4 - video

After our rude 5 day interruption by the police we were keen to put in some miles, and get the trip done. When we arrived in Nargana it was 10 days since we’d left Carti Sugdup and we had only done 42km; we still had 178km to go! 688 more words


Sent Back to the Start - Paddling to Colombia, 2 of 4 - video

We arrived in Nargana, after 42 km and 5 days,  reasonably happy with our progress.  It had been slow but consistent and we’d had time to enjoy the epic islands.  1,135 more words


Preparations: Paddling to Colombia

This post details the preparation and build-up of my and Cary Gray’s self-supported trip in a wooden canoe from Panama to Colombia through the San Blas / Kuna Yala along the North Colombian coast in May 2014. 1,183 more words


Paddling to Colombia

Quick update from Cartagena, Colombia. Greatly excited to have made it to South America following an interesting and very challenging route paddling 200+ km in a cayuco (wooden canoe) along the beautiful and rugged coastline of Kuna Yala from Carti (Panama) to Capurgana (Colombia) with Cary Gray. 13 more words

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