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... which lands outside but closest to the iron disk is worth one point.
When we got to the bar, it was called Beta, It was a place specifically designed to play Tejo. There is one Tejo target on each side of a room and each player aims to hit the target at one side until everyone had played their turn, then swap sides. You play your team opponents and get points for exploding the target or who can get closest to the target wins the team a point. John and I played with ...
... with good views of the valley ahead, a mixture of rolling fields and cloud forest. Every 2 minutes we seemed to be having to climb the banks of the trail to let horses passed. I think more people do this trail on horseback than under their own steam. The next hoir was in the cloud forest where it followed a river, which required crossing 3 or 4 times. There were bridges but they were some of the worst that ...
... around town and finding places to go for something to eat. We had coffee and brownies at Caprioci, and dinner at Semilla something... The dinner was simple but very good, also for the price! We asked the hostel for directions and advice for travelling to Equador; they were again very helpful. We also met two other travellers heading for Ecuador. An australian guy and a russian ...
... previously busy kitchen was dead and everyone had gone. This made us feel a bit lonely and that maybe we should’ve just hung around and went out with the others. A couple of hours later just as we were about to give up on the evening, the Mexicans, Pablo and Gonzalo, returned with their fire water … and Sara arrived shortly after as well. We all started chatting and after a while the conversation turned to music and dancing, and ...
... had dumped that and Bought another backpack which had got too heavy so she had dumped that and bought this suitcase!!! The concept of maybe just losing some of her load didnt seem to have dawned on her. After 6 hours on the bus I arrived in the sleepy town of Salento. Salento is deep within the coffee region of Colombia and is known for coffee and wax palms. Here I met Ashton (Vancouver) and Kelly (Fort lauderdale). Ashton had already been there a day and told us that she was ...
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking