Movich Hotel de Pereira
- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... They were built to survive amateurs.
The problem was. Someone hadn't filtered the water in the fridge and ended up getting sick from it, so the following few days felt pretty ******. I ended up only going to the beach and the pool in the afternoons and sleeping through the insanity of everyone getting ready in the morning to go out and partake in activities that I felt to sick to bother with.
On the bright side, I got better before we had to get on another plane.
... any serious damage to the car. The rest of our road trip was reasonable in eventful apart from experiencing one of the most surreal moments of my life. When we picked up our car we didn't have any GPS so ended up relying on Belinda's navigating skills - risky move. Things went pretty well initially and then went terribly wrong, terribly fast. For our accommodation we we're give two addresses. Belinda ...
We traveled by bus to Armenia from Pereira, about 1 hour by bus. Beautiful scenery along the way. Did you know that coffee is big business here? We are finding out just how big. Armenia has the perfect climate and conditions to grow coffee. Which is why there is a National Park here. Parque del Cafe Nacional. No words can describe the beauty of this place. We road on the cable car. Toured the amusement park. Then, got down to business with our hosts, Gladys and ...
... included a swiss representative, a spaced out blonde swede girl, an easy going American named Sam and the vague leader "marathon" who turned out to be a nice fellow anyway. Another American guy joined us who had been living here for an unknown duration and had been to the ceremony 10 times before. He would be certain to handle and tame this wild beast with style and grace ( or so we though until Aaron saw him later that night dancing with vomit stains all over his ...
... and then we could flag it down. It worked for other people, why not us?? Only one problem. By the time the first bus came past we were, what we thought, half way up the hill.. So, it went past us. What we didn’t realise was that we were just at the beginning of the ascent, but as we were now firmly on the highway up the hill, no bus was able to stop. Another gruelling hour later, we were up the top of the hill. And in front of us, a mirage!
The place looked ...