Hotel Termales Santa Rosa de Cabal
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- Minbar in room
- Swimming pool
- Reduced mobility rooms
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... a really tough steep 3km back to town. Two of the girls decides to get a bus back but Bronagh and I made the difficult slog back. Seriously knackering and sweaty! Again this evening the atmosphere was electric as Colombia were play in the Americas football cup. Everyone in the street were wearing yellow jerseys and blowing on the vuvuzelas which made such noise! We enjoyed a meal in one of the town square pop up stalls of trucha (trout fish) cover in a yummy sauce the Colombian ...
... a lot in Salento the track on the way down was extremely muddy, sometimes half a metre high mud, so I felt sorry for the horses having to trudge down this, although the guide said they are used to it and only do it once a day. Our last thing to try was the pub game of Tejo, which is actually the country's second most popular sport after football. It is usually played in pubs with a lot of beer which can be a dangerous combination ...
... the wax palm trees which can reach heights of 60 metres. We were advised at our hostel to rent wellies for the hike and to wear long trousers due to the bog-like conditions on the trail. We took this advice and regretted it immediately as the early pace setters on our hike, as well as the heat, made for an uncomfortable start. Claire and I were determined to get as much use out of the boots as possible so as most people were avoiding the mud, we ...
... the hour ride, awoke just as we were rolling through the much bigger town. Got to the airport just in time, a short 45 minute flight later, we circled the skies and landed in Bogota.
This was our last day, we had things orchestrated well, were picked up at the airport by a kind driver. We zipped away from airport toward the Zipaquira Salt Cathedral, something we had been told we must see before leaving Colombia. We hit a horrid traffic jam (I guess common in Bogota) that ...
I did almost nothing today, and it was great! I got a good night’s sleep at my hostel, which was inevitable after such a big day of hiking yesterday. I went downstairs in the hostel to the cafe below and had a really good breakfast, at a very reasonable price. The people working there are really friendly too, so it was a ...