Well the road is still closed so we decided we were up for an adventure. We headed north to Beunoventura. Screen Shot 2013-10-25 at 5.21.00 PM by Worldwide Ride.ca, on Flickr buenaventura 8 by Worldwide Ride.ca, on Flickr Half way there is started to pour rain and we had a brake under an overpass with the military guys. buenaventura 11 by Worldwide Ride.ca, on Flickr Arriving we stopped at the police station and they advised we go to the islands. We parked the bikes inside at the station and the officer drove us to the docks. buenaventura 12 by Worldwide Ride.ca, on Flickr Image 4 by Worldwide Ride.ca, on Flickr Its not often you get to ride in the back of a police car. buenaventura 18 by Worldwide Ride.ca, on Flickr buenaventura 19 by Worldwide Ride.ca, on Flickr Here is where it falls apart. This is the first bad experience like this we have had in a year. The boat is 28 per person, but we get charged 40. We are in the front of the launch and get soaked in the rain and salt spray for 25 min. We are taken to a beach with no dock and very big waves and are expected to wade to shore. We do and then arrive at the hotel where we were told it was 30,000P a room, but now he wants 90,000 per person. This place is a S*^t hole. buenaventura 22 by Worldwide Ride.ca, on Flickr buenaventura 24 by Worldwide Ride.ca, on Flickr buenaventura 26 by Worldwide Ride.ca, on Flickr Now we are all mad so we insist on returning to town. Arriving back in town a very nice cabby drives us to a few hotels until we find a nice one with secure parking for 40,000 per room including breakfast. Then he takes us to the police to get the bikes and then drives us back to the hotel. It was raining so hard here that the streets filled with water and the kids were actually swimming in the street. Image 2 by Worldwide Ride.ca, on Flickr We had heard from the police that the road was going to open Monday afternoon, so we got up early and headed back to Cali.