Hotel Abadia Plaza
No availability found through our partners. Please contact the business directly or check some of our recommended alternatives.
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel Abadia Plaza Pereira
Travel Blogs from Pereira
... 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 ...
Having been dropped off on the side of the road and told to wait for another bus we did. Eventually the small local bus, not built for large backpacks came. Much to the drivers disgust we jumped on the bus, bags on the floor, people spread everywhere and we set off on the 20 minute ride to Salento. We then got on a 4x4 to La Serrana, our hostel for the next few days. At first we thought, oh great it's so out of town but once ...
... so much time at the farm, being exposed to so many international travellers she wouldn't have otherwise met living in Guayabito, she decided she wanted to travel the world. She plans to teach for a few years then volunteer as a teacher in Africa. It was great to see that the farm had allowed this girl to know more of the world than she ever would have otherwise and to inspire her to travel and volunteer. At the beginning of the week she adopted me as her "hermana durante ...
... the last jeep of the day. They therefore crammed 16 people into the 10 person jeep for the drive back to Salento. Hayley and Aaron had arrived from Medellin when got back to hostel. Had the hostel dinner again and finished the night drinking red wine and round the bonfire in the campsite with assorted group of travellers - English, Australian, American. La Serrana was a great place to relax and appreciate the views of the surrounding countryside. The following day I ...
... and said have you got 5 minutes and I'll show you our house. So we went with him on a guided tour of the area and his house. He was a British guy who'd come to live in Salento around 10 years ago. He showed us the views from the back of his house, as you can watch the sunset from there, and he said if we wanted to watch it there, we were welcome to come and sit in his garden with a beer or wine, quality bloke and was really a genuine person. He owns the coffee plantation also, ...