Hotel Estelar Altamira
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free parking
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... Manizales. Both should be only about an hour and relatively painless. I'm staying with an older couple through airbnb.
I enjoyed Salento, but it is a bit busy and touristy for being a small town. The people at Ciudad el Segorbe were SO nice and helpful. I can't say enough about them. Christina and Enrique could not be better hosts.
That is all for now. Hasta luego!
... the 20 minutes outside town to the beautiful setting of the Serrano Hostel. The owner is a young New Yorker with a Colombian wife and a little girl. The restaurant was beautifully lit and grandly set up for a buffet dinner for about 30 people. There were a few other Americans there, but most of the young travellers were European, Canadian, or Australian. It was a lovely dinner with an abundance of food, turkey, dressing, chicken, ...
... face. In front of me was Philipp, a Couchsurfer that I haven’t spoken to or seen since I met him one and a half years ago in eastern Turkey. Philipp, who is from a town near Frankfurt, Germany, was staying at the same hostel as me in Salento.
When I recognized Philipp, I had only the desire to smile and the ability to form a disconnected string of words that communicated my awe. Philipp, a soft-spoken and intelligent 25-year old, was ...
... one night, and then a big group of us went to try out the national pastime "Tejo". This is a game mostly played by men on weekends, where a copious amount of beer is involved and the object of the game is to hurl a 10 pound stone 20 feet across the room onto a clay slab, aiming for the dynamite center target which explodes upon contact. Yeah, I can imagine this would get interesting.
The highlight of the ...
All the brightly painted buildings and green green mountain backdrop were uplifting, the town has a happy little buzz going on. I worried Salento was going to be yet another town we didn't want to leave.
We found our hostel TraLaLa just half a block from the main plaza, with its whitewash walls, orange shutters and colourful interiors and checked into our cosy dorm, (duvets, joyous, bring on bedtime!)...Great recommendation ...