Hotel Termales Santa Rosa de Cabal
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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... the typical main square with cobbled streets leading off it where men in Stetsons and ponchos sit drinking coffee and chatting.
30 minutes on and we arrived at the Valley of palm trees which the wax of the trunks is used to waterproof houses. There was every shade of green you can imagine with tall, skinny palm trees dotted about on the hills. It was also full of huge black and yellow wasps which apparently eat tarantulas and scorpions but won't sting ...
... was. The storms and cold did not help either, but the feeling of home was different. Seeing the smile on my Nana's face changed everything and I was glad to be back with her. I shared all my adventures with her and my family that night. That was the last night I had an actual conversation with my Nana. After that night, her cancer grew worse and it became obvious to the family that she did not have much longer. On January 15, 2015 my Nana passed away. I said my ...
... pay 5000 pesos for being there but you get a drink...and you can see the colibris..And then there is this really charming Lady that owns the place and would come and ask you every 5 minutes if you already paid and if so to whom, stops people from going to the toilet without paying and trys to sell you whatever she considers worth a ...
... beers later that evening.The next morning, after waving Nicola and Ian off for their trip to Cali I headed to a coffee making class in El Eliana, a lovely restaurant in Salento, run by Spaniard Luz, who funnily enough used to work for the same trust in London that I did. This was great value for just 10000 pesos (5usd) Luz talked us through the different methods of making a coffee and their effect n taste, caffeine content etc. He talked us through the methods and politics ...
... an hour to get here to Armenia, and I had to do everything I could to not fall asleep on the bus. I got to the Armenia bus terminal and got my ticket for my night bus tomorrow back to Bogota. Apparently it’s going to be a busy bus because the company I was expecting to go with was already sold out for the night bus. Luckily I was able to find another company to go with though.
I got a taxi to my hostel, called ...