Hotel Abadia Plaza
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... 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 ...
... 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 ...
... I thought we were going to see, but it was still nice.
I walked into town with Vahé and we went up to the Mirador Valle de Cocora, which is a viewpoint over the city of Salento. Based on the name, I had assumed it was going to be a viewpoint to the Valle de Cocora. I was mistaken. There were some massive trees blocking the view to the valley, but we still got to see a nice view of Salento, so it was worth the hike up the ...
... full of huge funny looking palm trees, you know, like the Swedish palm trees ;). So yeah, we were going obviously. This was few days in a nice hostel with a big garden, barbecues, etc. Pretty sweet.
Some big walks in the valley and river to take a good breath of fresh air, a visit of a small coffee plantation, few quiet nights in town let's continue!
Cali wasn't a really nice colombia city experience but we were exciting about Medellin, our next stop.
... from the scorching sun, occasionally sniffing the wonderful aroma that jumps at you from everywhere; it was very nice to meet Don Elias and his family, who showed us with pride his own small organic plantation and then patiently explained the details of what they do, from planting to harvesting, giving us a small demonstration of the artisanal machines that they still use for peeling the coffee beans and toasting them. After the visit we drank a cup of coffee, indeed ...