Hotel Abadia Plaza
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... pretty shady bridges. The last 3.4kms was purely uphill, steep winding paths with the sun intensifying and the sweat dripping. Although the track was signposted, they werent overly clear and certainly not regular. Therefore, we weren't sure where this 'viewpoint' was, as we had come across nothing obvious. We eventually started going down a rapid decline to a clearing which offered an ok view of the valley. Considering this particular part of the hike was supposed to offer ...
... took some photos before continuing up the mountain. At the top we met a lovely Labrador who liked the look of my packed lunch so we shared a little sandwich and continued the trek down the valley to see the palm trees unique to the region which were surprisingly quite impressive! After we returned to the town we enjoyed a few beers in the sun, a nice meal in the evening and returned to the plantation to pack for the trip to Cali in the morning.
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... de Cochara. This loop hike took us to a hummingbird sanctuary, where I enjoyed a local specialty, hot chocolate with a side of brick cheese, resembling feta. I'm not sure why the combination of the two is their specialty drink/snack, but I can't really complain since I love chocolate and I love cheese. Combine the two? Why not!
... the bus driver wouldn't let us of the bus at stop which meant that we had to use the bus toilets - gross. Our bus dropped us of at a bus stop to catch the bus to salento. We waited and one turned up however it was full and 4 people with massive backpacks makes for a very cramped little bus. I felt really bad as people couldn't move since our pals were in the way. However we met some nice travelers who got on ...
... Exported coffee is Colombian grown, and roasted somewhere else. Colombians don't really consider the exports "Colombian Coffee". But, the rest of the world does. Most of the day we could see a thunderstorm brewing. Then, we could hear the thunder off in the distance, for more than 2 hours. Suddenly, just as we lined up for the chairlift back to the entrance of the park, it started to rain, I mean pour, ok...someone opened the firehose on us. It was like heaven was ...