Finca Hotel Sol y Luna
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Travel Blogs from Armenia
... I didn't care! This place had amazing views of the surrounding mountains and canyons, and looked like a resort. After settling in I came out of my room and ran into a familiar face. Here it was Ryan, whom I flew with from Santa Marta and spent time with in Medellin. He had gone to the city of Cali, but had decided to get out of the bigger city and come to Salento for a few days. This evening I planned to meet up with Steve, Jessica, Tasha, James, and Cori as they’d come ...
... br> Lunch at vegetarian bohemian place
Just before the coffee fincas a smart Colombian young man had started his business as a vegetarian cafe / restaurant / artisan shop. It was 12.30pm and he managed to seduce us to come in and eat a vegetarian hamburger and broccoli soup and have fresh fruit juices, all of which were very nice and he was chatty and friendly too. It was a bit expensive compared to places in town.
... upon arrival back in Armenia from the theme park, we took the local bus going South instead of North. After 10 minutes, locals began asking where we were heading to. When I told the man next to us, we were heading to our hotel, he was in knots. He got about ten people in on the conversation, explaining the way back. Of course, they all spoke Spanish and we hadn't a clue ...
... out for doing this track and we were glad that we brought them, as the track was muddy and wet! We met an English girl Rose that we ended up doing the 12km hike with. We walked for about an hour and had the choice of going to Acaime- here there are lots of hummingbirds and you pay 3000.00 peso and get a hot choclate or soda or hot sugary water with cheese. We had chocolate and coke, sugary water is meant to be nice but we decided not. There were lots of hummingbirds ...
... feet. What an adventurous experience, but fortunately those horses know their way and find the right steps - we needed that for the next river crossings, though.
An hour later we reached a farm and were invited for a banana which we shared honestly with our horses (us the banana, them the skin - seriously, they love it) before heading further to the waterfall. This was definitely beautiful although the ride was fortunately the reason and not the waterfall. Back on ...
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility