Hotel Las Colinas

Cr.22 # 20-20, Pereira, Colombia | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Cr.22 # 20-20, Pereira.
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Travel Blogs from Pereira

Medellín Part 6 of 2: Leaving Medellín

A travel blog entry by srarrasmith on Aug 24, 2014

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... up to the 5th floor to hang out for a while. I ended up getting a sunburn, but it was worth it. When I came back an hour later, Anke was still sleeping. I packed up all of my stuff and headed downstairs to check out. I asked if I could check out but leave my backpack somwhere in the hostel. 'Somewhere' ended up being a dirty garage, but that was fine.

Anke was still asleep at 1 pm, so Luke, Jerry, and I headed to the burger place I had ...

Dancing with the devil

A travel blog entry by bradskey69 on May 18, 2013

... something unlike I've ever or probably ever will experience before and more importantly I got to see a ceremony that is very important to number of societies around Latin America which surprisingly wasnt tainted by the fact that tourists were present. It almost felt like they didn't know we were there and that is so special in this day and age and for that reason among many others I will never forget the night I danced with the devil under a rotunda to beautifully eerie ...

Santa Rosa de Cabal: hot springs galore

A travel blog entry by cecilia74 on Feb 01, 2013

1 comment, 87 photos

... it didn't stop him from biking.

I wonder how safe the two travelling bikers are that I saw some weeks ago, with tonnes of luggage (and probably more valuables) on their bikes...

Termales de San Vicente
Termales de San Vicente are very different from Termales de Santa Rosa.
Santa Rosa was very pretty with a view of a tall waterfall, all the baths close together, a nice friendly family atmosphere, and a (cold) seating ...

Coffee Farm Experience

A travel blog entry by katevoss on Nov 16, 2012

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... outside off) to produce just the white bean inside. They are then dry which leaves them as green beans wrapped in their outer hard white shell which are packed in bags. From here they are 'shelled' and then ready to be either sold and shipped, or roasted for selling. Green coffee beans aren't good for eating, but give them 5mins in a roaster and they expand by 30% and look, smell and taste like what we are used to in ...

Manizales - Termales de Santa Rosa del Cabal

A travel blog entry by kiwiplanner on Nov 08, 2012

After a sleep in (ahh the luxury) and eating our self-prepared breakfast we started walking down to the bus station. We hadn't got very far when we decided it would be more sensible to take a taxi. It was already mid morning, it would be a long walk and we didn't actually know the way... There was a taxi rank nearby so we just walked there and hopped in the one at the front of the queue, arriving at the bus terminal about 5-10mins later. Buses to Santa Rosa seemed fairly regular ...