Hotel Decameron Panaca
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- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking
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... was a free for all with bugs. Our relaxed feeling soon drifted away when we had to f*********roaches from our rucksack whilst trying to find our pyjamas. The music therapy session and the couple of yoga sessions we participated in really allowed us to relax and take a break from the intense travelling we had been doing the last few weeks. There's nothing more enjoyable than putting the anchor down for a few days and feeling settled in 1 place.
... Elías took us on a tour in English that lasted about 1 hour and ended up with a coffee using the ground beans from the farm. He explained how the farm was family owned, organic meaning they used techniques such as fruit plants to prevent insects damaging the coffee harvest, how they harvested coffee and finally how the coffee beans were sorted, prepared and ground. A few of the group bought packs of coffee - as much as I wanted to I couldn't carry it ...
... the coffee get peeled, roasted, grinded and we drank it. Amazing. That night we decided to stay on the coffee farm, in what they called 'the penthouse'. Which was in fact a room missing a wall shared with nature, but cheap, and the most amazing view. The name was deserved. We headed back up the ridiculously steep muddy slippy hill to get supplies and then headed back down again to relax. It was pouring it ...
... of the most devastating events to have occurred in Colombia in recent history and its economic and social impacts are still being felt. Armenia was the hardest hit city; at least one thousand people were killed and over 50% of its 270,000 population were displaced.
The city of Armenia is located 290 kilometers southwest of Bogota at a height of 1,483 m.The climate of the city is varied, the average temperature ranges between 18–21 °C .It is classified as a ...
Today was a long day of travel. A 5 am bus to Bogota, then a cab ride to the airport, then waited a few hours for my flight to Armenia, then an hour cab ride to the cute little town of Salento, where I will be the next two nights. I did get a chance to meander around the town a bit of have some dinner. The hotel I'm staying at is very cute ...