Hotel Cyan Suites
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... with the instructions from Botero himself. After almost 10 years, the display of sculptures that occupy Plaza Botero are having a positive impact on the area and the city of Medellin. Besides the Botero sculptures, there are native ceiba and yellow lignum vitae trees that occupy the green areas of the plaza as well as tall, sky reaching palm trees that remind us we are in the highland mountains of the ...
... and a bag of crisps. Sitting at this empty airport makes me feel im on my own again which isnt true as it will only be until i get to the hostel. On the other hand its quite nice to just sit and listen to music. Get on the plane and folk are speaking spanish to me, boy asked if i was from spain i said no and he said you only speak english and i said si and he laughed. Before take off there was heaps of folk doing the catholic head shoulders knees and toes ...
... they seem pretty comfy though...
Immediately charming, we connected with Salento straight away as it is so quaint and unspoilt. Our hostel- Casa de Lili - was a very old wooden home with huge character and friendly staff. The whiff of incense burning and soothing music instantly appealed after the pace of Medellin before- it was time to chill out a bit! We took a walk round the town and enjoyed a cheap but lovely meal in a restaurant with a menu ...
... and sounds of the park while enjoying a traditional colombian meal. When walking around the park I also saw a few random iguanas climbing around in the bushes, and that was very cool. It’s certainly not something I normally see in botanical gardens anyway.
I headed back to the hotel for about an hour for a rest, and then I headed down to the main shopping area of town. This was another part of the city that really ...
... old British humour!
Salento is a coffee region and there are horses! A beautiful quaint village, two nights in a tent, a coffee farm tour and a final horse ride made these two days worth the rather grueling 7 hour day bus further North to Medellin. I also have an agreement with the horse owner to return next year and work for ...