Hotel Internacional Casa Morales
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... wearing pretty much ever since. While shopping I heard a familiar accent saying "Look Shaun, they have cheese!" - it was Shuan and Alex, our Aussie friends from the boat, once more. Aside from undertaking secret birthday missions, like making a raw vegan chocolate banana caramel cake, I spent the rest of the day simply being in Salento. It's the kind of town where cowboys park their horses outside of the grocery store, where children play in the streets, and where the ...
... back down, which was equally as picturesque as the way up had been until the standard issue afternoon downpour started. It cleared up in time for us to get the jeep back to town and, as ours was full, Martin and I rode outside, standing up on the bumper and hanging on to the back. This was definitely the way to travel(!), winding along the country roads with the wind in our hair and the big views off to either side... right up until it started to rain ...
... sized one. Finally we arrive at our destination, a remote finca. Today has been the easiest 1700metres I have ever climbed, Ive loved every minute of it. Amanda on the other hand HATES walking through mud with a vengeance. Its fair to say she has not enjoyed it one bit.....
An early start, destination hot pools. 24km out and back. Unfortunately this turns into another hard slog for Amanda who seems to be suffering with the altitude. And becomes even ...
... fluffy white dog, sort of like a white husky. There were also some other dogs, but iPod was the cutest, and he only liked humans and not other dogs. He would just follow you around and always wanted attention.
After the tour we went for a walk and got some lunch from within Salento. We then came back so we could watch the sunset in Tim's back garden, as he said we could and the views from there were stunning. John got a couple of beers and I just got a coke from ...
... with thick forest below. This area was called the Valle de Cocora and the views were so incredible we kept saying it looked fake or like a film set, especially with the local workers fully clad with their cowboy hats and ponchos!
Colombia is meant to be one of the most dangerous countries in the world with violence, thief and corruption are some of the problems just to name a few. To say these don't exist would be false but we ...