Hotel Termales Santa Rosa de Cabal

Address: Km 10 Vereda San Ramon, Santa Rosa de Cabal, Risaralda Department, 661020, Colombia | Hotel
 
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This hotel is located on Km 10 Vereda San Ramon, Santa Rosa de Cabal.
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Travel Blogs from Santa Rosa de Cabal

Salento... Days 78-81

A travel blog entry by chrisandimbi on Nov 16, 2014

3 comments, 7 photos

... did manage to get some pics of the different types of hummingbirds they had here. This is when the day really turned to ****. The clouds lowered, went incredibly grey and it started to rain. How long do you wait for the rain to stop? We gave it half an hour until it seemed to lighten then set off. Hoping the rain would ease, it turned the other way and got heavier. Walking along a slippery and very muddy track, made even muddier by the use of horses in the area, we took a ...

The coffee region, Salento

A travel blog entry by kerriegee on Oct 11, 2014

15 photos

... a game called Tejo. Tejo is a game that has four gun powder based things in the middle of a clay background/ board. Then you throw a metal weight at them to try and make them explode. They also had this frog ring toss game. You toss some metal rings into holes on a board, 60 pts if it goes through the frogs mouth and 100 if you can get it to hang on the hook. During practice Vicki got it into the frogs mouth. We played girls ...

De-Medellínification

A travel blog entry by srarrasmith on Aug 26, 2014

5 photos

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Once we returned, we both fell asleep I think. I slept longer, and when I woke up we made our pasta. Sadly, Yambolombia (while surprisingly well-equipped given where it is) did not have a can opener. With various sharp tools we managed to get the lid off of our tomato paste, and added that to our spaghetti. In the process I managed to get some tomato juice on the ceiling.

After dinner I took a real nap, woke up to attempt to be ...

The happy front

A travel blog entry by nickymaus on Jun 12, 2014

10 photos

... 252;llen kann. Mit meinem Pferd, versteht sich. Als ich die Freuderufe meiner neuen Bekanntschaften hinter mir hörte, fühlte ich mich wahnsinnig glücklich, Teil dieser Freundesgruppe geworden zu sein und diese Erfahrung zu teilen, noch besser als Vorderste der Truppe. Wir galloppierten entlang eines Flusses und selten habe ich mich so frei gefühlt, die Vergangenheit hinter mir lassend, Schmerz, Liebe, Leidenschaft. ...

La Zona Cafetera de Colombia

A travel blog entry by chrisandalicia on Mar 21, 2014

49 photos

... fried plantain chips. After having travelled to some of the world's most famous coffee-producing countries and never having seen a plantation, we thought it was about time for a tour. We opted for a Spanish-speaking tour which doubled as a lesson, and were shown the production process from the harvesting of the plant to the roasting, and finished by grinding and brewing our own fresh cups of coffee. We now have a new appreciation for the amount of time ...