Hotel Termales Santa Rosa de Cabal
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- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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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....
... of the tour was in Spanish so rach and I skipped while Tahlia went in. We walked to hark rock for a drink and fries. An hour later we met up with Tahlia and decided to go find this fort/dungeons. It took a hold but we finally found it! By this stage we were all dying so we got some coke and made our way back to pick up our bags. Got our bags and took a bus to the ...
... of logs that happened to have a large rock on the side to hold onto. That was pretty nuts, and actually, I got used to the bridges after awhile.
It took us just over two hours to reach Acaime, and by this time I was a sweaty mess. Diego probably could've ran a marathon at this point. We had a drink up at the farm and I took some pictures of the hummingbirds. Luckily, the trek ...
... but way better than the guy that got boiled alive or the apostle that got sawed in half... the long way... ****** first.
I love religious art.
The guard and I had some funny conversations about which apostle we think got it the worst.
I am in Ecuador now, trying to find time to keep this updated, more to come about Tierradentro, crossing the border, Otavalo market and Quito!
Love and miss you guys!
... and shapes than I could have imagined. They convene here because of a special mineral in the soil. A beautiful sight. We took a dip in the freezing cold falls and headed back again, this time climbing those same rivulets, which was a bit less terrifying.
After a hot shower, I cooked up some spicy veggie pasta with two friends, using fresh produce from the market and carrots and basil from the garden. The meal cost us about 3400 pesos each to make (<$2). I can see ...