El Bosque Del Saman
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- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Hot tub
- Non-smoking rooms
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... a (another) tipico comida lunch for farm workers: the rice, beans, plantains, overcooked meat and potato soup that we are well and truly sick of.
One last touristy thing we did was a side trip to the Valle de Cocuras, which is an extremely tall palm tree unique to the area. Our trusty taxiste made sure we got onto exactly the right bus (as if we couldn't find it on our own) and told us that it would take us to a small town called Salento, and then we would hire a ...
... French and British colonies, and the diverse indigenous populations that once dominated this picturesque land.
Well, forget everything you thought, this is the nation of warm smiles and ridiculous vistas every direction you look, although some of the towns do look pretty ****. One such **** and sinister looking towns is Ipiales, after walking across the border and finally getting here we were looking for the first bus out, unfortunately, or as it turned ...
... the car, he said 'even that guy, was telling me that the area of the hotel is dodgy'. We did a drive by and quickly made a pretty easy decision to move locations! Jesus dropped us at a super nice hostel, in a MUCH nicer location, with a very convenient cafe attached. It's amazing what a couple of blocks in a different direction can make!
Quite possibly being the nicest person we have ever come along in our travels, we couldn't thank ...
... into a jeep headed for the start of the trek with a 9 people capacity, meaning 3 of us have to hang off the back, gotta love Colombian transport! As we're all heading in the same direction, we have a self-made little group and set off on our merry way. After a couple of hours walking across fields along the valley and up through the jungley mountainside, crossing regularly over precarious bridges, we make it up to the humming bird ...
... have ever had. It had melted peanut butter in the middle and homemade ice cream on top. Oh my gosh, amazing.
In the evening a few of us went out and met up with Argentinian who was living there and took us to the local Tejo hall. Tejo consist of little packets of gunpowder resting on clay and you are given heavy metal putts to throw at them to make them explode. So much fun but I was absolutely ****. I totally blame the alcohol.