Hotel Boutique Karlo
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- Minbar in room
- Airport Transportation
- Continental Breakfast
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- High-speed internet in room
- Room service
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... I also had two neural therapy sessions with a local woman. I had never heard of this treatment, but it is especially useful in working with scar tissue, and electrical function of the nerves and cells, my main health issue being the "electrical" problems caused by the scar tissue of my open heart surgeries I had as a child.
If I hadn't made an arrangement to teach a seminar in Cuenca, an old patrimonial city further to the north, I could probably have spent ...
... recovering from the night before and just veg-ed out in my hammock. Then, I spent a few hours doing some song learning. I've been seriously slacking in the song learning/writing department (too much weed, too many girls; both of which I would be leaving behind in a couple days had my feet not been injured), so it was really nice to get back in it. I learned the Argentinian Samba rhythm (really interesting and much different from Brazilian Samba), the song "That's What's Up" ...
... energy of this place (artists as opposed to typical rich hostel people) so we decided to make the switch. After moving our bags over to the new place, I headed back to El Viajero for my first lesson with Victor. Then I had an hour break so I went to a nearby place to eat some pizza. A girl from the hostel was walking by as I sat down and she was hungry too so she say down with me and we ate together. I only had an hour before my next lesson so we ate quickly and then ...
... got news that the roads were still blocked two days before leaving the EcoYoga Farm in Cartago. As San Agustin was our planned next step, we had to suddenly come up with a new plan. Since we were only 3 hours from Cali, the world's capital of salsa dancing, we decided on a whim to spend the time we wanted to spend in San Agustin there instead. Split second decision number one.
Once we got into Cali we realised that it wasn't where we wanted to ...
... sat on a bus with freezing cold air con and LOUD movies (again I was prepared) I took a trip out to some monestary.
Now I’m not really a religious type and have also seen more churches on this trip than a nun will in her lifetime, but this one was awesome – looking like something from Lord Of The Rings carved into the bottom of a valley with giant arches running over a giant river and waterfalls flowing from steep rock faced cliffs. ...