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This trip is split into two parts: 1) The Wedding, and 2) The Honeymoon Phase.

We're providing general versions of the schedule for both phases because we're still in the early stages of planning - so details are flexible and moving. We'll update the parts of the schedule that you need for planning your trip here on this website, as it comes together. 



The schedule

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the wedding

The first half is the Wedding, scheduled for Thursday, March 2nd, through Monday, March 6th, so you would want to arrive Wednesday, March 1st and leave Tuesday, March 7th.  

Wednesday, March 1st:

  • Arrive in Tayrona

Thursday, March 2nd:

  • Trek to Cabo San Juan

    • We don’t want to enter together because there is a huge bottleneck at the entrance so we'll go as soon as we wake up and we’ll meet at Cabo San Juan for lunch

    • Here is the Google map to the entrance and a map of the park for you to screenshoot so you have it inside the park even if you don't have service:


  • You need your ID, a credit card to pay the entrance fee, and cash for coconuts and food inside the park

  • Asynchronous dinner at the Sendas

Friday, March 3rd:

  • Hang out at the Senda Watapuy. Relax hard because the next 3 days might be hectic. 

  • Asynchronous dinner at the Sendas

Saturday, March 4th:

  • 9:00 AM: Bus to Cartagena - 4 hours (I know, sorry)

  • 1:00 PM: Check into the hotels, hang out by the pool, drinks, massages, rest, or go see the town.

  • 7:00 PM Dinner @ Barruco and a night on the town. The end game is Alquimico (one of the top bars in the world) but we might have to spread out for a little bit and take over in groups. We can hang out at the ground-level bars at Baruco and next door at Cuzco, at Mistura, and Barón in the meantime.  


Sunday, March 5th:

  • 3:00 PM - 5:00 PM: drinks and appetizers on the Colegio rooftop (or downstairs if it's too hot)

  • 4:30 PM: Wedding ceremony 

  • 6:00 PM SHARP: Leave the hotel for the fun part. The only thing you need to know is that everything is paid for until midnight - do not open a tab at the rooftop bar we're going to after dinner - it's open bar and we have a minimum. 

Monday, March 6th:

  • Rosario Islands trip or relax in Cartagena. Here are the main island options:

  • Everyone can do their own thing for dinner since we'll be on staggered timelines


Tuesday, March 7th:

  • Fly home from Cartagena or continue onto the honeymoon phase in Medellín

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the honeymoon phase


The second half is the open-invite Honeymoon Phase, scheduled for Tuesday, March 7th, through Sunday, March 12th.  

Here is the schedule for Medellin. Feel completely free to opt out of whatever - no need to stay with the group the entire time. 


However, I am paying for some non-refundable reservations now so I know which of these you’ll be attending. If there’s an asterisk next to the activity that means you need to opt in to it on the Medellín tab of the Guest list by Tuesday. If you’re opting into everything just click the box in column K.  


NOTE: I might have to change the exact location of some events but the backup option will be similar in price.

Tuesday, March 7th:

  • 1:00 PM Arrive at the airport, to the Selina by 3:00 PM

  • 7:00 PM Dinner @ Mamba Negra ($59 pp - set menu)*

Wednesday, March 8th: 

  • Daytime Activity: Mini hike @ Tres Cruces when we wake up & Mondongos for lunch (no need to reserve anything or make any decisions ahead of time)

  • 7:30 PM Dinner @ El Bosque Era Rosada* ($34 pp - set menu)

  • After-hours Option: Dulce Mio Jesus

Thursday, March 9th: 

       OR Guatape OR rent bikes for Ciclovia from 7:00-9:00PM ($20 at Manila Bike Rental)

Friday, March 10th:

  • Daytime Activity: Comuna 13 Tour* ($14 pp)

  • 7:30 PM Dinner @ Carmen* ($68 pp 7-course tasting menu)

Saturday, March 11th:

  • Daytime Activity: Nothing on the books. We can just have no plans and hang out in Lleras, or we can do a bunch, book an abridged Pablo tour, or maybe play Tejo.

  • 7:0 PM Dinner @ Botanico

  • After-hours Option: TBA


Sunday, March 12th: 

  • Daytime Activity: Cicolvia takes place Sunday AM for anyone that’s awake and feeling frisky - we can talk about it when we’re in Medellin 

  • Brunch @ TBA*


Some Medellín places to know about: 

  • Pergamino & Velvet: 2 really cute coffee shop/breakfast spots close to the Selina 

  • Menu del Dia: If you’re up early, wandering around without the group during the day, or just hungry in between meals look for “Menú del Día” signs in front of the more local-looking restaurants. They have typical Colombian 4-course lunches for $4. This street has a lot of good ones. 

  • Criminal Tacos: If you’re hungry anytime between 12:00PM and 2:00AM, this is a great option. Their tacos are great and super cheap, they have amazing spicy sauces, and it's in the middle of all the action. No need to go out of your way to eat here, though - if you’re out drinking in Poblado at night, a Criminal Tacos rendezvous is inevitable. 

  • Beer & Laundry: If you need laundry and or a beer this is your spot. They’re fast, cheap, and 3 minutes from the Selina (which does not have laundry). Also the owners are an adorable elderly couple. 

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