Dann Combeima Ibague
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- Minbar in room
- Airport Transportation
- Continental Breakfast
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
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... trees in the world, standing at 60-70 metres high. Apparently they're Colombia's national plant, but I think cocaine would have something to say about that. On the advise of our new Korean friends who had done the trek a few days before, we hired some gumboots before setting out. I'm so glad we did. At some points we were in mud up to the middle of our shins. It was so much fun to squelch through mud like a kid again. The trek began in lush dairy farming ...
... burned out white-washed abandoned building. It used to owned by Carlos Lehders. He was a founding member of the Medellin Drug Cartel. He went to prison, in the USA. The CIA helped to raid this hotel and burn it to the ground. This hotel even had solid gold keys to the rooms. No pictures as we had to get to the other side of the road to catch our new bus to Salento. Back to the story of ...
... a plant commonly referred to as "bushmans friend". For the uninitiated it is a plant that has excellent toilet paper like qualities. Well kiwis, the plant I call the Colombian cactus actually has leaves rather than spikes and the leaves are very soft. If bushmans friend is toilet paper this stuff is 4 ply.....take it from me, Ive tried both :-D
So, why have I called these plants Colombian cacti? Well, this place is similar in many ways to the nevado de cachi trek ...
... it back to you. The dog kept wanting you to throw and fetch the stick, in a way it was good we didn't sit outside, as the dog kept wanting to play constantly. The food came and we had naan bread with it. We all had curry and enjoyed it, first one since we've been here. After the restaurant we all walked back and Kylie walked to her own hostel and us to the Plantation House. We said we were going to to the Valle de Cocora tomorrow and Kylie also said she was going, so we said ...
... night and it was a no brainer that we needed to jump in a plane and get to Colombia, bogota to be exact. Az and I took the hour flight to bogota and then cleared the usual immigration mumbo jumbo before taking a taxi to our hostel in the old town of bogota, "la candalaria". We caught up on a few hours of well needed rest before we went for a stroll around the bohemian styled cafe bar and streets of the area. I was very impressed by the scene and ...