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... broken up with groves of banana trees and palms and flowers of every description display their all year round blooms.In the morning the mist rises like steam from the the undergrowth and above this the low Andes mountain range stands resplendent on the horizon.Birds of infinite variety including nectar hungry humming birds can be seen flying to and fro and getting on with the business of pollinating.It is a pleasantly temperate tropical paradise.
My first day,after ...
... across a couple of streams, we arrived at a farm on top of a hill completely invaded by dozens of beautiful hummingbirds of every size and color; after spending some time trying to photograph the elusive and graceful birds, we continued to walk until we ended up in the middle of a surreal landscape dotted with hundreds of trees that grow only here, at least wild: the wax palm. These palm trees are huge, some are more than fifty meters tall, and the whole valley is covered ...
... eggy!) and various pools of different temperatures. Occasionally you out your foot on a hot jet and get a shock! Feeling suitably relaxed if a little chilly in the willy on the way back, we discussed plans for the evening. I ended up having an early night but Kes salsa-ed away in the hostel with a couple of others and spoke tonnes of Spanish - there's no stopping him now! This was just as well given that our next stop was Cali, the world famous home of ...
... on a long journey, you'd want a bigger coach with a toilet on. We set off to depart Medellin to get to Salento around 12pm, we hoped to get there by 6pm as if would be dark after that and wanted to get there in daylight. Once we started going, I realised that the journey was going to be a bumpy ride. The journey was through mountains which you were literally snaking through the mountains. I already felt sick from two days ago, so going down forever ending windy roads just made ...
... of my life and truly learned about what it takes to make a good coffee. Some other expats had some awesome restaurants with good food so I was once again a happy man. Definitely a place I recommend.
Traveling in South America is a big place for backpacking, it reminds me of my time in Australia and Thailand. When you are out on the road, (typically backpackers follow the so called "Gringo Trail", which is the ...
- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet