Hotel Decameron Panaca
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... kids riding their horses - some in complete control and others who were being led by their horses. Some of the men were drinking aguaardiente and beer as they rode in, others looked like they had finished their bottles earlier. Maybe they had fed some to their horses too because some were doing that crazy sideways walk while others ran up on the pavement scattering the crowd.
... 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 we had an entire day in cartagena as our bus wasn't till the night. Firstly we decided to head of to find a western union so that we could get our money from rio. Turned up there and apparently we needed a code ( which we weren't given) so that was a fail. We then walked around centre historico to go to the plalace of inquisition. On getting there we discovered ...
... was nowhere for me to stay that night. So I started early-ish and took the picturesque one hour walk to a small Organic Coffee farm outside of town. This farm was run and owned by a lovely Colombian man named Don Elias. Although the tour was in Spanish, something which the hostel forgot to mention, I really enjoyed it and I believe I understood quite a bit. We learned about the two types of coffee grown at the farm, Arabica - red seeds, and The Colombian sort - yellow seeds. ...
... a delicious waffle. After breakfast, we went to Valle de Cocora ( a valley with a wax palm tree forest). This tree is Colombia's national tree and it is native for this area. We walked about five miles. It was super hard because it was all up hill. We were also walking in horse poop. We went back to Brunch for dinner and I had a fruit salad with apples, bananas, mangos and pineapple.