- Minbar in room
- Continental Breakfast
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Shuttle bus service
- Reduced mobility rooms
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... out and had another 30mins rest. Nick offered to go and get my bike from the carpark where I'd dumped it by the Dinner bus - so good of him.
Finally got my tent up, a fantastic pool but still no swimsuit so in knickers and cycle shirt went to dangle my legs in the pool. Finally managed to get the energy to have a cold shower and felt much better.
Lovely to have time to have a bit of a relax ...
... town and built over a gorge as that is where the Virgin Mary appeared and the church is now famed for people asking for help and the saint performing miracles. It is a very impressive building, and we were the only white tourists there, so it was nice to see the local visitors enjoying their own country. We then set off to the border, ready to cross and head to Quito to meet up with Angela and Bernard later that night.
... high up. I'm not sure what this is for/ about but it oked cool so I took a pic! We then walked up hil and went into the free Mudeo Botero, which showcases both Botero's work (which look like lots of fat people and fruit but which represent a visoin out of scale / proportion) and pieces fro his persaonl collection by other artisists such as Picasso. After the museaum it was time to head for lunch and we stumbled across a place called Quinua y Amaranto that smelled great. There asn't ...
... to the different spirits of the natural world before performing tasks such as harvest and building of new huts.
The Kogi Mamas have remained isolated from the rest of the world since the Spanish Conquistadors came to plunder South America for gold. In order to preserve their traditional way of life, they rarely interact with the modern world or with outside civilization. Outsiders are not allowed inside their ancestral lands.The Kogi Mamas say that the balance of ...
So I'd heard rave reviews about Colombia from other travellers, so I felt like I had to make it up here. It's finally predominately safe after years of violence, and tourism is starting to pick up. My first stop was Salento, in the Zona Cafetaria (coffee growing zone). I did a nice day hike through Valle de Cocora, where you can find these massive palm trees and hummingbirds. Salento was a cute little town to hang out for a while... Small colourful shops, lots ...