Finca Hotel Sol y Luna
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
- Room service
- Continental Breakfast
- Business Services
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... the Wax palm,Colombia's national tree which grows in the fertile soil to heights of up to 100m,they live for over two hundred years and are now sadly in decline due to de forestation.The coffee triangle area is now planting them at a rate of knots and tourists are asked to help with this.So duly I met an old wrinkled faced man who looked like he belonged in a Mexican Western movie,a menacing looking machete concealed under his beige poncho he introduced himself and took me to an ...
After having a great time in Medellin with all the amenities we could ask for, we felt ready to head to Colombia's mountainous countryside. We took a 7 hour bus ride to the middle of nowhere, hopped off on the highway and caught a rundown local bus to get to the town of Salento. Situated in Colombia's beautiful coffee district, Salento is a cute little town with local artesian markets and a hilltop square where street vendors serve up trout dishes ...
... it continued to rain hard much of the morning. We headed out to a popular cafe for coffee at 11:00 when the rain let up for a bit. Salento is a popular weekend getaway town for Colombians as far away as Medellin and Bogata and foreign tourists are discovering it. It's small, but has a nice plaza, artisan shops, and a scattering of good restaurants. The houses are somewhat colorful and the scale is small, mostly one story buildings. ...
... girlfriend were planning to travel in the same direction as me--the same cities, too. They were even going to catch a flight that leaves from the same airport on the same day as me. We made plans to meet up again to go camping on the Caribbean coast.
Philipp, Anna, and I ate dinner that night with an Australian guy who has been traveling for many years, taking bar jobs all over the world--including at an Irish bar in Freiburg and a ski lodge ...
... made a pizza in stone igloo oven, and went romping through the forest in search of fresh raspberries. We also took a daytrip to the idigenous town (finally!!!) of Silvia, with one of the most beautifully calm markets I have ever seen---until 12PM rolled around. We bought loads of produce, and ate lunch in a little hut filled with the smell of smoldering sage and ate tamales de pipian.
We had to spend 1 night ...