Finca El Cielo
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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I was told the journey to San Agustin by minibus is a particularly bumpy one, although recent paving of roads has seen the journey time come down from eight hours to five hours. So I was pleasantly surprised when we stopped after two hours for brunch and the road had been smooth as a babies bottom. Brunch consisted of the usual, a bowl of hot liquid. And possibly a local cheese on the side. Except this time the liquid wasn't soup. I ordered a coffee and then pointed at the ...
... organized for every day another excursion
The day I arrived I organized myself a horseriding tour to the archeological parcs and the next day a Jeep tour to "the third highest" waterfall of South America...i know it's awful to say that but I have seen so much and moreover so many waterfalls...somehow this one did not impress me. The Jeeptour was ok but also nothing you absolutely have to do, especially not if you have this ...
... an archeological site with statues made out of volcanic rock only to find out it's closed due to conflict between the police and indigenous. Might be closed for a day or two. Then it poured for around 30 mins. Disappointing start to the day. We booked a jeep tour of other archeological sites for the next day and on the walk up hill to our hostel we were offered the special tour. It's to see how they farm and produce cocaine. Obviously curiosity got ...
... cost of our stay by launching our tent for the first time in the beautiful grounds in which we were very comfortable. Feeling much like zombies after our overnight coach trip we took a well-deserved nap before exploring the town for the afternoon. Although the small town was fairly unremarkable we did find a bizarre half-finished concrete sculpture of Christ's face in agony, which resembled a Burning Man art installation located outside the main ...
... Unfortunately like everywhere else the locals had looted the burial grounds way before the archeologists turned up so they didn't find much. Now it was time for one of the bigger archeological sites in the area Alto de los Idolos which is another burial ground. On the way there we stopped outside a restaurant to pre order our lunch. As per usual the tour operators believe we are all rich tourists and took us to a very expensive ...