Hotel Estelar Las Colinas
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
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- Free parking
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My group was in charge of breakfast. We just did French toast and fried banana, nothing fancy. We did however, make freshly squeezed orange juice which was amazing. After breakfast, we drove into Manizales where we picked up a local guide. We learned that they grow so much coffee in this area because we land is so fertile due to the ash from the volcanoes. Some of the volcanoes have been quite active in the area. The city is about 500,000 people. The guide explained that there is ...
... Richard and Bernhard. They were heading to Salento, my next destination, as was Lucia therefore we decided to travel together. As those 3 hadn't explored the centre much we decided to head to the bus station, drop our big bags in the left luggage area for $2 and head up the cable car to the centre. After wandering around a little and checking out the cathedral from the outside we grabbed a few snacks and then headed back down to the cable car to the bus station. A few ...
... so he was able to translate things for me. The drive to the park was spectacular. Again, it was constantly uphill and twisting and turning. I'm surprised I haven't become more car sick, but so far I have felt pretty good. Filippe had us open all of the windows in the van so we could acclimate to the weather. I must say I did pretty well among my Colombian tour mates. We made a breakfast stop at ...
... too far to walk. The garden was really cool. It was pretty and we saw an iguana climbing up a tree. It was green and had spikes on its neck.
After we finished with the gardens, we went to the science center. First we did all of the outside activities. After, we went inside to the aquarium. It has fish ...
... I wanted to get back on the horse for the remainder of the hike. It was steep, rocky and so damn wet it seemed inevitable that at some stage either myself or Zoe would end up on the ground.
I was shaking and in total shock with a blood nose, bruised hand and scratched leg. I was so lucky to have not landed on the spiky rocks just centimetres from my head and body. With nerves and a shaky body I ended up getting straight back on the horse until we reached ...