Hotel Estelar Las Colinas
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
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- Free parking
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... by either insects on the cherries or the drying process. There is very stringent quality control testing and the farms themselves are very vigilent to ensure they seperate out poorer quality beans at the outset. This in effect increases the price of the entire sack because having too many lower quality beans in a sack would downgrade the entire sack.
After the tour, we were taken for lunch - ...
It's a quick trip
only 4 hours nice easy trip.
Then a lovely relaxed cab ride to the hotel.
Manizales is a nice but hilly town. They even have a have cable cars going from hill to hill.
Great football game, Massive street party.
... childhood, watching Pocahontas and her trusty hummingbird companion, but Disney didn't give this majestic bird justice. The speed with which they flew made it practically impossible to capture them on camera, but just trying to was fun. The humming birds were followed by a Zen-Bonsai garden which seemed a bit out of place. But then we went into the butterfly sanctuary, where we got to see up close the little creatures Ive seen all over Colombia. They had ...
... off the horse to avoid deeper rivers. We'd cross unsteady wooden bridges held together by wire, and at times very loose wire, leaving us balancing above gushing water. We'd be met on the other side by the horse who would cross belly deep waters. In total there were seven bridges to cross by foot and two river crossings on the horse.
I was feeling confident with my horse, whose Spanish name I cannot remember. I thought the thing was listening to me as I tugged ...
... s not to mention the friendly man from Cali who earlier had tried to explain the history of the Bolivar monument to me in mostly Spanish, having seen me as the only gringo in town and the only one admiring all the stuff that everyone was taking for granted (as you do). A bus back to my area, some reasonable Chinese-style junk food in the mall while watching the ongoing TV dance talent shows, and back to the hostel. ...