Mirador del Pipinta
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... Chinese and decided we would go in for dinner, we hadn't had Asian food in a while. The menu was a little confusing, it was broken up into full, half and personal portions. We thought a half portion might be enough to share after we were told a full portion would feed four. When the plate of food came out, we thought they got the order wrong, there was a mountain of food. Turns out it was a half portion and despite stuffing ourselves there was still a bit leftover for lunch tomorrow.
... and the perfect climate, as we wandered through the plantation.
Three hours later, we arrived back at the hostel kitchen, threw together some lunch with our random scraps of food, always a family challenge trying to have enough food in a pinch, but not too much, as we do not enjoy travelling with grocery bags! We managed today to serve one grilled cheese sandwich with cucumber slices on the side for Ari, an avocado, tomato and cucumber salad for me with red ...
... apologetic as we got back to the ranch and feeling rather guilty but at that stage I was still shaking and sore.
My first horse riding experience was overshadowed by a few issues and I worked out pretty quickly that this was the scariest day on all my travels. One day I will look back at it and laugh again but today is NOT that day.
We had some lunch at the ranch and admired the views for the last time before heading back to the hotel via a quick stroll around ...
... at all.
He said: "I brought a friend so that I feel safer that you girls aren't going to kidnap me". LOL!
The one hour ride was very pleasant and we were so happy to have the taxi. The guy told all kinds of stories and made jokes and the lady was also friendly. She had a lot of make-up on and was showing a lot of boob, but the guy was not eyeing her all that much. He is quite ugly but very nice.
We came across a bus that had asked ...
... at least 100km each day, and judging by the area, at least half of that is probably a decent hill.
It was a quiet road, through more coffee hills, as we continued on to Santa Rosa. When we arrived Kory made a bee line for the supermarket lunch, but my stomach felt sore and I passed on it. Santa Rosa was a small town, with not much to attract us to it, but we had come here for the hot springs, 9km the ...