Hotel Termales Santa Rosa de Cabal
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Travel Blogs from Santa Rosa de Cabal
From Manizales I drove to the closeby Thermal Springs to enjoy the relaxing jacuzzi and baths. Furthermore, I treated myself just once more and booked a massage package which included an exfoliation with coffee. I can still smell it....
... family there so when we got our food, the children kept it entertained. The dog was such a cutie and if you didn't throw the stick, you'd feel guilty with it's puppy dog eyes staring back at you.
Once we finished dinner, we were just going to walk back to the hostel to have a quiet night in. We hadn't really met anyone at the hostel as nobody went in the social areas. So we got back, and went to the reception so John could get a few beers. We randomly ...
... I was walking the streets together with the two Polish people. The girl got spat on and pushed by some guy. Being in Bogota by yourself is not a good idea, so I stayed with them every day to try and explore the city. My camera and all my other belongings I left in the hostel as all the locals told me not to bring anything expensive on me. I couldn't see much of the city and even getting something to eat was difficult too. The ...
... peckish from walking, so off we puffed into the nature reserve. About a kilometre or so later we reached a little house where for 5000 pesos (we'd read somewhere it was 4000) we got a large bowl of hot chocolate and a wedge of salty local cheese. It sounded odd but it really worked and we contentedly sat on the porch munching and watching loads of hummingbirds flitting around the feeders hanging at the front of the house, as well the family's collection of ...
... because the scenery really reminded us of Sapa in Vietnam or Ooty in India, some of our favourite places in past adventures.
We finally arrived in quiet Salento late at night and after meandering around with our ever growing backpacks. We checked in to a hostel called Plantations which was run by an English couple, who owned their own coffee field. Starving from the long day we headed out for dinner before any of the ...
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- Swimming pool
- Free parking