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 ...
... as a refreshment. It is a traditional Colombian (and Ecuadorian) snack and tastes as disgusting as it sounds. The hummingbirds were quite delightful so we didn't mind too much about the hot chocolate.
... happy. What ensued next made me happier. I ordered a burger MEDIUM RARE!!!! WITH CRISPY REAL BACON!!! AND REAL CHEDDAR CHEESE!!! These things simply don't exist here. I also got a giant side of really good guacamole. After ordering, the owner said, "relax, of you want, the guys are watching a movie back here. I went into the back to find a mini movie theater decked out with beanbag chairs and the Seth MacFarlane comedy "A Million Ways To Die In The West" on the screen. ...
... the walls were covered in people's names and drawings of flags showing where they were from. After a bit of searching we asked an English guy what the Isle of Man flag looks like, thankfully he knew and we found their names directly behind where Lauren was sitting. After checking the viewpoint up the hill we made our way into town to window shop for hammocks. Everything we found was a little pricy, corse and heavy so we will leave it till the coast. Having found ...
... selected one of the many towns in the area (based mainly on the fact that it was small and at a high altitude), and got on an early bus. Ten hours of spectacular scenery later (lesson learnt, never go on a bus without your camera in Colombia) we were walking up a steep hill to our hostel in the dark and pouring rain. Side note: the hostel we stayed at, Tralala, is one of my favourite places we've stayed so far. That night we read up about the place we'd found ourselves ...