Left most of our clothes at the hostel in Taganga, then caught a bus out to Tayrona National Park. Had the most intense luggage search as we entered the park, and luckily we had all our papers (passport, yellow fever etc) with us, the cop still asked for a bribe though, lucky it was just a coke.
Had a bout a 2hr walk through the jungle until we hit the beach, and stopped the night at the first campsite. The beaches were unreal, coconut trees hanging over the beach and coconuts everywhere. Mark sussed a technique for cracking into them.
We took our time walking down to the next camp spot, stopping at each beach along the way. So nice being in such a secluded place which can only be reached on foot or by boat. And Mark made the most of the moment by proposing!!! and i've course i said yes. We even managed to get a cheap bottle of bubbles at the next campsite, it looked like it had been waiting for someone to celebrate somthing as was covered in dust, but tasted fine after being put in the freezer for a couple of hours.
Ended up having 3 nights at the second camp spot, before we took on the 4 hour hike out of the jungle, which was a challenge in the 35 degree heat. Then stopped back in Taganga for a couple of nights, and Mark did a couple of dives for $50.