Hotel Estelar Las Colinas
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Business Services
- Free parking
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... Normally this would be time to kick off, this hostel was nice, it had a pool, and hammocks, and was within the actual farm, we wanted to stay there! However the people at Hacienda Venecia didn't seem too worried, they were sending us up the hill to their main house and as we were forced into a car and their parting words were "don't worry, it's still the same price" we also started to relax. Sure enough, the Main House was twice as nice as the ...
... This particular plantation has about 500 workers in the high season which is between September and November and about 40 right now. The plantation is 200 hectares in size. It is an ecological plantation as they do use some pesticides but also use some natural items such as peppers and garlic that they spray on the plants to help keep away unwanted insects. They need to harvest a plant every twenty days or so, although the berries do not all change colour at the same times. ...
... Tierra Viva hot springs. The road took us out of Manizales and down towards the valley on a steep and windy road. Drivers like to go at breakneck speed so it's more like a fairground ride where you have to hold on with both hands to stop yourself being thrown from your seat.
The hot springs were deserted when we arrived, only one man doing some maintenance ...
Manizales, based in the coffee region in Colombia. You've guessed it, I now love coffee!! I don't think my dad will believe that :) I left England hating the stuff, but actually coffee I've tasted in England is disgusting! The coffee in Colombia is so nice! We took a tour of a coffee plantation & producing factory whilst in Manizales. They taught us about the different qualities and ...
... in in the Zona Cafetera region of Colombia. In the middle of the ride, the bus stopped at a restaurant where we bought french fries and limeade. When everybody was done eating, the bus started again and an hour later we arrived at Hacienda Venecia. We were the only people staying in the hostel that night so we had the place to ourselves. The cook made us a hearty potato soup and a rich pasta and vegetable dinner. After dinner we were stuffed and fell asleep.
We woke ...