Hotel Abadia Plaza
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... with vegetables at restaurants or from street vendors. Colombians eat a lot of corn, beans, meat and rice. And they also like to fry their food. We love the vast selection of fruit that is available here, particularly the fresh
juices which are delicious.
The drivers are not as crazy as in Mexico or Vietnam, but they still tailgate, pass trucks at lightning speed on a hills or corners, slam on their brakes, and weave in and ...
Colombia is one of the biggest export countries for coffee, but having a good cup of coffee here is difficult. This is due to the fact, that actually 100% of the first quality coffee is exported and not available in the country itself. That means if you wanna have a good colombian coffee go to Europe! We are living in such a weird world!! Anyhow, some coffee farms start now to sell a ...
... about (minimum on sock/undergarment per wash) strikes again. Imagine my surprise when the laundry owner turns up at my hostel that night with the sock, having found it in the dryer, apologising profusely for the delay! On Saturday morning I left Salento at 6am for Armenia, where I caught a bus to Cali. Nearly five hours later in Cali Bus terminal, I met Hannah and Tim again and the three musketeers took off on a bus to Zaragoza. Here, we jumped out of the bus on the highway ...
... to make money at all there. We got the best news of the day here though, it was all downhill from La Montana back to Cocora! We were so exhausted at this point, I’m not sure how much more uphill we could have taken.
The walk back down to Cocora was absolutely stunning, and we finally got to see some of the world’s tallest palm trees, the wax palms. These trees can grow over 45m high (150ft) and they ...
... coffee zone) next.
Pereira, in the middle of the coffee zone is genuinely a nice city. But of course, the best of the region is to be found in the countryside. We saw beautiful small towns, fields of coffee, platane trees, colourful birds, howling monkeys, the world's biggest palm trees and so much more. Nature here truly is breathtaking. I even got to ride all the way to the top of a mountain, together with my newfound and bikecrazy Colombian friends. Next up: ...