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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... We managed to carry out a few games and were eventually impressed with the small amount of English they picked up, but I can honestly say I was kind of relieved to walk out of the school gates. A significant reminder as to why I teach adults.
Our morning stresses drifted away during the afternoon's music therapy session with Manjari. The volunteers; me, Kam, a German lad and a rather annoying middle-aged American woman, all lay ...
... This is where I met back up with Ceiran, Victoria, and Gemma who arrived with Dan. Unfortunately Dan hadn't booked and the hostel was full so he went back down the road like Lucia. But we met up with him again later. The rest of the day we spent chilling out in the sunshine taking in the views, and exploring the square. I left the girls and Dan in the centre and headed back to the hostel as I'd signed up for the communal dinner. And what a treat it ...
... and cloud covered mountains in the distance. Unfortunately at the top we didn't get much of a view. Heading down we could see the odd was palm in the fog, we were worried our trek in the cold had been in vain. Bus as we slowly descended from 2800m the clouds parted and we were amongst them. They are a hard phenomenon to describe, they grow to 60m tall and only grow between 2000 and 3000 feet. So beautiful, ...
... not only for himself but also for other colonists. Ocampo then proceeded to sell land for settlement. To encourage settlement, Ocampo returned to Anaime to ask for the help of his friend Juan de la Cruz Cardona, and to marry thirteen year-old Arsenia Cardona. Six months after its founding, in August 1890, Armenia had reached a population of 100 people, allowing it to gain legal recognition by the government. The city was initially called Villa Holguín, in honor of the ...
... night was pretty chill as I strolled the streets a bit and had dinner at a cute Italian place called Piccolo Italia. There was only one other group of people there, so it was nice and peaceful. The pasta was homemade and really delicious.
This morning I made my way to Manizales, a city of about 300,000 people, also in the coffee region. I will be taking a bus to Pereira and ...