Hotel Termales Santa Rosa de Cabal
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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Early start to get on a bus from Medellin to Salento. The bus dropped us at a bus stop and 5 min later a pickup passes by and then reverse and offer to take the 7 of us to salento! That's real Colombian hospitality!!! We arrive at the plaza then take a small jeep to go the yabolombia hostel. Great place very quiet, no wifi, very laid back, so ...
... a really nice guy too. Also, the Spanish movies also had Spanish subtitles! I'm at a point now where if I have both the subtitles and the audio I can pretty much understand everything. To top it all off, the bus a flight... Err... "Bus" attendant. He came around offering snacks and drinks and gave announcements and helped me with my screen which was broken. Really nice trip. I texted Estefania to let her know I'd be in town and asked for a place ...
... 3), why not. We were joined by 5 French tourists after the first 5mins and the process of growing coffee right through to processing of the beans was explained and demonstrated. We learned that during one stage of processing, the beans are soaked in water for 24hrs. After this time, any beans that float to the top, are poorer quality beans and in this farm are used for compost. However, in many, many other farms, these particular beans are ...
... region we couldn't leave without doing the tour of the plantation. The owner was away so we had a guy that was doing the tour for the first time. He was a little hard to follow at times but he was funny and passionate so it was well worth it. At one point a French girl fainted so it added a little excitement. After finding out about the famous road that connects the coffee region to Bogota and the farm it's self, we made our way to the farm house to see the ...
... planting, harvesting, roasting and grinding. We even got to grind some ourselves. And of course we got to try the coffee...not being black coffee drinkers we politely asked for milk (this becomes one of the most common questions on our trip), but the horrified look on their faces and the little smirk soon gave us our answer. Black it was then. I went for a run that evening, I retraced the 3km walk we did to the coffee farm, ...