Hostal Los Juanes
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Travel Blogs from Armenia
... various beans,coffee tasting cups and little bottles of scents.
I was the only English speaker on the tour,as per usual and so I had my own interpreter Carlos.My Spanish though continues to go from strength to strength and my ear can pick out the gist of most conversations almost to the point where I dont need someone to interpret for me,which is astounding considering I knew only how to say a couple of words when I arrived on the continent! The rest of the group ...
... and beer in the morning. This is not a good scenario. So,gladys and Jessica go on the hunt for some medicine. We head back to the restaurant where the lady fixes up some potion. I drink it down (yuck, I think it was baking soda, lime, and something else). It helped for awhile...enough to get back to the hotel and get some other meds. It ended well and I felt better in the mroning. Enjoy the ...
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We walked to Brunch because it was a short distance from our hostel. When we arrived, the first thing I noticed was the writing all over the walls. There were signatures and comments on the restaurant from people all over the world. Our waiter, Ivan, spoke English and told us how he ...
... so we decided not to hike further up to the reserve or the mountain as we would not get back to Cocora in time for a jeep to pick us up. We couldn't actually clearly see the was palm trees from where we were, so decided to just turn back afterwards. It was a bit of a disappointment tho as we'd liked up all that way for nothing it would seem. We didn't really have much information about Cocora before we got to the trek or which trail to follow so that is probably why. I think ...
... his balance whilst walking up the holly terrain. After the walk through the plantation we took some photos over looking the valley and the river below and then looked at the drying room. Then came the real highlight and we sampled the delicious coffee. A fine finish to a splendid afternoon in the sun. After waving goodbye to the old farmer we waited for five minutes out the front before a jeep passed by. We jumped on the back along with about ...
- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Room service