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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel Heliconias Armenia
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... me to run and walk my way up. Eventually we got back, cleaned her up and then headed into town which is a 20 minute walk away. The town itself is really small but very colourful with lots of restaurants and shops. We walked up a hill and saw the city from above before heading back to the hostel. Every week night the hostel cooks a different evening meal in their restaurant. They have big tables encouraging people to socialise and normally have sharing food. ...
... back to Salento. He said it was difficult but pointed me to a steep muddy trail. He waved goodbye with a big smile, shaking his head back and forth and probably muttering "crazy guy" under his breath. I slipped and fell down the muddy embankment, through fairly dense underbrush. After 500 yards or so, the trail leveled and i walked over a little bridge to the other side of the river. All around me were fertile coffee plantations, little lodges.
I had hoped to find a ...
... ride. It took about a half hour to get down there, and Spencer and I definitely had the best views.
We got down to the valley and had some really terrible directions to follow from the hostel. We made our way through some farm lands, over a river on some old rickety Indian Jones style bridges, through the jungle, and up some mountains to make it to a place called Acaime. This was recommended to us as a ...
... Two storeys,timber framed with the balconies and uprights painted in cheerful bright blues and yellows,the walls are white and they are constructed out of mud and dried manure,forming a type of latter day plasterboard.Consequently however they are very thin and one can hear everything that is being said or done in the next room! (it is a place frequented by honeymoon couples!) Noise aside the outside setting is gorgeous.The lush tropical jungle surrounds the coffee plantation ...
... on a quest that involves only me. And my horse, of course. When I heard my new friends delightful cheer befind me, I was filled with happiness to be in a group of four wonderful guys, to share this experience with, but to still be the front rider. We galopped along the riverside, and the freedom I felt was seldom, leaving the past behind me, pain, love and passion. The picture of this would have been in perfection with my hair flying ...