Hotel Termales Santa Rosa de Cabal
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free parking
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... and it got one on the hook to bring us even with the boys and one of the other girls got 160 which took us over 1000 pts to win. The boys had to buy us a beer. Back in town we wandered around the square. There was a holiday this weekend so the place was filling up quickly. The square was full of bars and restaurants with dancing etc. We had a dish called patacone con todo, squashed banana with meat, fish, chicken and cheese on ...
... dominoes and breaking into ragged harmony whenever an anthem of heartbreaking personal relevance is played. The town has plenty of character.
Our hostel, an old plantation house, offered us an excellent and highly informative tour with demonstration of the coffee-making process. We were able to pick our own cherry beans and see them through the process of de-shelling, drying, roasting ...
... so long I've felt like I "get" people, but there is no "get" to get. Get get get. (Semantic Satiation, Sonder). There's a brief reading assignment for you. There is no such thing as understanding someone because everyone is every bit as complex as ourselves and understanding ourselves is hopeless anyway. Really the best we can do is to try to be open-minded, non-judgemental, and willing to meet people.
Eventually we left, and played some street soccer ...
... and cloud covered mountains in the distance. Unfortunately at the top we didn't get much of a view. Heading down we could see the odd was palm in the fog, we were worried our trek in the cold had been in vain. Bus as we slowly descended from 2800m the clouds parted and we were amongst them. They are a hard phenomenon to describe, they grow to 60m tall and only grow between 2000 and 3000 feet. So beautiful, ...
... night was pretty chill as I strolled the streets a bit and had dinner at a cute Italian place called Piccolo Italia. There was only one other group of people there, so it was nice and peaceful. The pasta was homemade and really delicious.
This morning I made my way to Manizales, a city of about 300,000 people, also in the coffee region. I will be taking a bus to Pereira and ...