El Bosque Del Saman
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
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After our final breakfast in Manizales, we said our goodbyes to Martha at Kaleidoscopio. This has to be one of the most hospitable places we have stayed on our trip so far. In the cable car, on our way to the bus terminal, we were joined by a local writer/joke teller, Carlos, who published his own magazine. We got chatting... well, at least he chatted with Maria in Spanish... and he gave a copy of his magazine - according to him, it was for over 18 year olds and under ...
... another 13 hours of travel which included two flights and the 4 hour journey from San Augustin to Neiva,a journey that started at 3am,I was absolutely exhausted.Some light relief was obtained at Bogota domestic airport when during the layover I watched the Spain vs Holland game in the airport check in area.Huge cheers rang out from the Colombians as the mother land was thrashed 5-0 by the Dutch.Yes world cup fever has hit Colombia as it has around the world and I feel very close to ...
My fellow traveler and I on our Colombia trip were out to look for the best coffee in the Zona Cafetera, specifically, in the town of Salento. We almost went for a coffee plantation visit but found it to be a bit overpriced to pay for the ride to and from so we decided to hang around town ...
... the farm we got to see the semi-mechanical machines which Don Elias and his family use to process the coffee. What would a coffee farm tour be without a cup of piping hot espresso at the end? Despite my reservations of hot drinks, I enjoyed my cup and said my thank yous to the family. I enjoyed my walk back to town a little less as it was mostly uphill, but once I got to the village, I could treat myself to some strawberries and cream and spend some time relaxing in town before my ...
... from South Africa and Italy. Hors d'oeuvres of mini pretzels, btw, were a HUGE hit.
The following morning, Jonathan and I went for a two hour walk all around the town, completed with a stop at the Juan Valdez coffee shop, a national chain and the only place in Colombia to find export grade Arabica coffee, besides the farms themselves. We returned to the hostel with the notion that there was nothing much for the kids to see or do here, and feeling confident ...