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Cafe Bonsai have great sandwiches and a fantastic barbeque in the evening. The Mojito slush is worth a try, and not to forget, the only place in Taganga where you can get a proper cup of coffee.
|Casa Divanga||Calle 11 no 3-05 Taganga||HOSTEL||83|
|Casa Holanda||Calle 14, No 1B, 75||Hotel||-|
|Divanga Bed & Breakfast||Calle 12 No4-07 Taganga,Santa Marta||HOSTEL||87|
|El Kool Koala Backpackers||calle 13 numero 3-139 taganga||hostel||-|
|Hostal Techos Azules||Carrera 1 Casa 1-100||Guesthouse||82|
|Hostel Tropical Maison||C/ 14 No 3-06||GUESTHOUSE||86|
|Hostel Villa Mary||Carrera 3 15-09||Hostel||83|
|Hostal La Casa de Felipe||Carrera 5A, 19 - 14||GUESTHOUSE||-|
|La Tortuga Hostel||Calle 9 # 3 -116||Hostel||84|
|Casa Mojito Hostel||Calle 17A No.4-125||HOSTEL||74|
|Ocean Reef Guesthouse Taganga||Carrera 4 17b-109||HOSTEL||83|
|Hostal Santa Maria Taganga||Calle 21 No. 5A-71||Guesthouse||-|
|Taganga Suites||Cra 2 18-119||Hotel||-|
|Apartamento Nispero||Calle 10 #2-143 (Apto.2)||APARTMENT||-|
|Hostel Casa Kankuamu||Calle 7 1B-71||HOSTEL||-|
|Hotel Casa D'mer||Calle 9 N1-33||HOTEL||-|
|Cabanas Luz de Luna||Calle 8 n°3-07||HOSTEL||-|
|Hotel La Ballena Azul||Cra 1 Calle 18||HOTEL||-|
|La Masia Summer Hostel||Calle 14 Numero 4-32||HOSTEL||76|
|Casa Tara||Carrera 4 No. 9 - 39||Guesthouse||-|
|Latin Hostel||Carrera 4, 15-29||HOSTEL||-|
|Casa Beula||Calle 5, 2 - 37||GUESTHOUSE||84|
|Hostel Nirvana Tganga||Carrera 4 Calle 17-21||Hostel||-|
|Benjamin Taganga||Calle 8a A1-43||HOSTEL||67|
|Hotel Svahns||Cr. 1 Calle 15||HOTEL||-|
|Hostel Casa Jamaica||calle 13-4-403||HOSTEL||80|
Internet cafes are easy to find in any city or town. Expect rates to run about $1,250-2,500 (around $US 0.50-1.00) per hour, depending on how much competition there is (i.e., cheap in Bogotá, expensive in the middle of nowhere). Quality of connections varies enormous and tends to better in populated places and tourist areas. Wifi is getting more and more popular in some hotels, restaurants and bars, but don't count on it and be careful regarding your privacy.
See also International Telephone Calls
The country calling code to Colombia is: 57. To make an international call from Colombia, the code is: 005.
Using your own phone and SIM card is expensive so if you are planning to do quite a few calls, buy a phone or just a SIM card. It's simple enough to get a SIM card and even an unlocked phone at the international airport in Bogotá, although there is, of course, a price hike. They're not hard to find in any city either, just ask your hotel or hostel staff where to go. Topping up is also easy, and can be done pretty much on any street corner. The carriers you'll most likely see are Claro, Tigo, and Movistar. Claro is the most expensive (by a little bit), but has the widest coverage in the country, if you expect to get off the beaten path.
4-72 is the unusual name of Colombia's postal service. They have post offices throughout the country, which are open usually from 9:00am to 5:00pm Monday to Friday and sometimes on Saturday mornings as well. That doesn't apply to all offices though, only the larger ones in the big cities. But for example along the Caribbean coast, offices tend to close between noon and 2:00pm. But even at the ones that are officially open all day long, it might be difficult to get anything done during those hours. For domestic services, sending letters and postcards is mostly reliable but takes days, for international services don't hold your breath. Eventually, a postcard or letter might arrive in the country of destination but it's almost not worth it. For parcels, you are better off using companies like FedEx, TNT, DHL or UPS.
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