- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... n. Popayán is a UNESCO World gastronomy site and I have to say it lived up all of our foodie expectations! We treated ourselves to a melt in the mouth steak on our first night. We also had many the Menu del Día, including one for 1.75 usd. Aside from food, Popayán is also known as the "White City" due to the colour of its colonial buildings. It is a great, clean city to walk around and we felt a world away from San Cipriano! It is pretty quiet at night, although to be fair, ...
... picked up a few beers and headed back to La Serrana for dinner. It was an excellent feast of carrot soup, followed by Jamaican jerk chicken and coconut rice, with a mango and cucumber salad on the side. Everything was delicious!
I haven’t felt very good since dinner though, so I don’t know if it’s something I ate or what, but I think tonight is going to be an earlier night than I expected. Hopefully some rest will do me ...
... 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 ...
... or being familiar with Hare Krishna culture, we made a few faux pas, but I think we were forgiven. Actually our little mistakes were totally outshone by a kid who kept loudly ******* through the ceremony. I really must thank him for taking the heat off of us.
In addition to the farm and ashram, Krishna also ran a vegetarian restaurant in Cartago. This gave us a great excuse to go into town a couple of times to use their wifi and do naughty things like drink ...
... about to lose a wheel; the driver heard a strange noise, stopped and, without flinching, set a couple of bolts before returning to the steering wheel as if nothing had happened.
We like this place so much, we would happily spend weeks here, but we are satisfied with the past beautiful days. Today we leave again, but without a jeep and just on an ordinary bus to Pereira, one of the few towns in the area that doesn’t carry the name of a state, and from there to Medellin.