Hostal Alto de los Andaquies
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... indicating I wanted the same as him. I was left dipping my cheese into a large bowl of coffee. Turns out he had tea in his bowl.
Having not eaten breakfast I was starving so added a layer of stodge on top. Of course, the second half of the journey my stomach felt like a washing machine inside another washing machine as we bounced our way over the potholes, through the lushest jungle scenes ever. We were high up. It was humid outside. There was mist.in the ...
... seat in the back as I had...a stool in the trunk!
After those toursity tours I went Mountainbiking with Harry to a house in the mountains he built together with friends to open a hostal there himself...Amazingly beautyful - but then it would go uphill all the time and that is when I decided, that I don't like Mountainbiking =) poor Harry had to suffer cause I was complaining all the time! =) We visited a sugarcane mill where ...
... of us and after some hard bargaining on my part we got a deal on the special tour and the jeep tour for the next day. Up in the hostel we met a great couple of people and then another group joined us from the special tour. They said it was good for a laugh and not to take it too seriously. At 5 Vicki and I excused ourselves and headed off to see how cocaine is made in this little town. The process is both interesting and horrifying. Mum you'll ...
... also ventured into the weird and wonderful world of Columbian grocery shopping, accidentally purchasing drinking yoghurt instead of milk and discovering that there isn't such a thing as savoury bread outside of the fresh baked stuff you could buy at the posada. That night whilst cooking a simple meal of tuna pasta, we found a 4-inch long flying insect with pinchers that flew right into Jenn's face...we would later find out that they are ...
... we arrived we paid our $20,000 pesos for the parks ticket and headed up a path into the jungle. The prehispanic natives as they seem to be know as levelled off the tops of two hills and filled in a path between them which was some pretty impressive earth works. The burial sites have been reconstructed to show the statues holding up a flat rock resembling a table with a burial pitt behind, again covered with large flat rocks. Many photos ...