Finca Cafetera El Balso

Address: Km. 5 via Armenia - Aeropuerto El Eden, Armenia, 63001000, Colombia | Hotel
 
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This hotel is located on Km. 5 via Armenia - Aeropuerto El Eden, Armenia.
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      Travel Blogs from Armenia

      Colombia's South West

      A travel blog entry by roisinlynch on Oct 01, 2014

      ... there mid week and after the injuries/colds we had each picked up in San Cipriano we weren't exactly looking for a mad party. We still had our fun though, managing to get through the whole first series of Gavin and Stacey in one evening/night.From PopayŠn, we visited Silvia. Every Tuesday, this Andean village hosts the indigenous market of the Guambiano community. The market itself is more of a cultural attraction - with the opportunity to watch the local indigenous ...

      Seeing Manizales, and going to Salento

      A travel blog entry by ericjon97 on Aug 21, 2014

      3 photos

      ... that if I’m every going to try a cup of coffee, it might as well be in the coffee district in Colombia. It was okay. I am not a new coffee fiend or anything, but it wasn’t bad. I then sat with Marta for about an hour just chatting about how she came to own the hostel and if she likes it. I’m trying to find out from as many hostel owners as possible if they like running it, or if it is too much of a pain in the ass. So far, ...

      A Caffeine Overdose!

      A travel blog entry by nickjackets on Jun 16, 2014

      29 photos

      ... of the country. It is believed the name was changed in memory of the Armenian people murdered in the Turkish Ottoman Hamidian Massacres of 1894-97. It is also known by its nickname "Ciudad Milagro" (Miracle city).


      Despite Armenia's quickly expanding economy at the time, the means of transport were still very limited. The main form of transporting people and merchandise was by mule, due to the mountainous terrain surrounding the city. It was not until ...

      A Week of Holistic Living

      A travel blog entry by lisasadventures on May 14, 2014

      22 photos

      ... eat chocolate. There was a park in the centre of Cartago, not too far from the restaurant, where coffee vendors lined the paths, offering cappuccinos with baileys for just 1500 pesos (about 80 cents). Sam and I volunteered in the kitchen of the restaurant one morning, which was a lot of fun. Gilly, the chef, was in love with Sam's hang. He asked Sam to play a for the customers a couple of times. At the end of the day, once the restaurant had closed, Sam let Gilly play on the ...

      Salento, hiking in the rain and relaxing

      A travel blog entry by salsta17 on Feb 07, 2014

      2 comments, 26 photos

      " To sit in the shade on a fine day and look upon the verdant green hills is the most perfect refreshment." Jane Austin Didn't appreciate the alarm the next morning after the partying until 3/4am in Medellin. I wasn't feeling great (probably just the lack of sleep) and long day travelling first to Armenia in minibus (nearly 7 hours) round some very windy mountains didn't really make me feel much better. Then had local bus to Salento (another hour), which just caught but ...