Hotel Termales Santa Rosa de Cabal
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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... 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 ...
... and after the Zoo got big raps from the random locals that kept chatting to us, we gave it a go. I must say, it is probably the best Zoo I've ever been too, and, on top of that all of the animals were particularly buoyant, with faeces throwing Monkeys all over the place, the male lion in for a spot of raping and the capybaras doing their thing, which is pretty much eating. But the coolest was the bear cub learning how to *****slap with his Mum before climbing his ...
... on the way there which just happened to go on a rapid downhill for the last 2.5kms in particular... So guess what we had to look forward to on the return journey... Blah!
There are a lot of companies/coffee farms to choose from in Salento, ranging drastically in price. As we had heard a lot of good thing about Casa Don Elias, a 4 hectare, family owner and run farm for the past 21years, we decided to go with them. And for 6000pesos ...
I rode down from my hostel to an organic coffee plantation where we were told how the coffee is grown and harvested. I don't usually like coffee, but I quite liked the sample I was given! After the tour I carried on riding my horse corazo to a waterfall. It was one of my best ever horse rides as I was cantering along most of the way in the open countryside, I loved ...
Blonde Before flying to the Southern Hemisphere, everybody everywhere warned, "don't go to Colombia". Not only the over protective alpha males, Matthew and my father, but our Colombian friend Cindy even discouraged us. It's a country judged on the last 50 or so years of cartels, cocaine and corruption. With a fascinating but brutal modern history, the violent society is no more. While the production and exportation of cocaine is still big business here, the crack down on the ...