Hotel Abadia Plaza
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... walk with views all out over the mountains. We got back to Cocora after 2pm, and shared the Jeep with 2 other kiwis, one from Napier.. Such a small world. Once back at the hostel we showered and chilled out, unfortunately the net was really bad so couldn't do much on that. We couldn't get money out so had a tight budget for dinner so decided to cook pasta. It turned out pretty boring to be fair but it was all good! We had dinner and dessert for under 7,000 ...
... over an hour after getting on the bus, we were dropped off at the central plaza in Salento. Our hotel, Posada Martha Tolima, was just a short walk down the very steep hill. We were given a nice, big, bright room at the end of the corridor with windows overlooking the eastern side of the village.
We walked back up the steep street to the main plaza, and had a look round the church - all very picturesque. Carrera ...
Today was our first full day in cartagena. We headed to our boat tour early, but had to wait for over an hour before we actually took of! Anyway we finally headed to isles de Rossi ad island hopped. We met a really nice Colombian family who now live in Miami. They were awesome! We went snorkeling and the water was so clear and amazing! I had fish around my feet and they ...
... we were travelling at 95 with traffic etc. etc. We arrived at our destination after approximately 20 minutes of Formula 1 driving. Our driver laid our backpacks on the sidewalk and Elsie observed him look up to heaven and cross his chest. I guess he was thankful for delivery from the extreme driving event as well, double personality?? The meter read 21000 pesos and he asked for 24000, I guess the extra was for the driving ...
... after breakfast at Brunch, we headed to the town central plaza and piled in the back of a Willie, a WW2 jeep retrofitted with rear bench seats, comfortably seating six adults. We were headed to the Valle de Cocora, a 30 minute ride from Salento. The valley is in the stunning wax palm forest, with Colombia's national tree dotted throughout the landscape. We walked for an hour and a half up into the forest and as the trail climbed, we were afforded spectacular views of ...