- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... walk and they had an extra umbrella and gave it to me. I felt so bad and uncomfortable that they were going so far out of their way to be so generous to someone they didn't know. It was definitely a lesson in kindness for me. When we reached the house, I thanked them profusely and we said our goodbyes. I went to the second floor to hang out with Valeria but she was heading to sleep, so after a little while I headed upstairs, wrote this blog entry, and passed ...
... to the fact we were following him, a quite staggering level of disinterest but got us there and back safely, albeit wading through streams in our hiking shoes- not ideal. We would not have found it without the guide so were grateful enough.
We got the bike/train thing back to the main road then a bus back to Cali and onwards to Popayan which we'd read great things about.
Popayan was utterly devastated and partially destroyed by an ...
... girl, Natalie, who we had previously met on the top of Volcan Baru and once more in Panama City, and three pommy guys she was now travelling with. They planned to go and see Los Lajas, but then go straight from there to the boarder crossing. Would we like to join them? Split second decision number three.
So the next day, instead of staying in Ipiales, we spent the morning exploring the church before crossing into our fourth Latin American ...
... as my place of residence despite having my British passport in his hand... Anyway...Diego collected us from the mall near his house and we tried some Juan Valdez coffee, apparently the best coffee chain in Colombia. We spent Thursday evening on a guided tour of the historical old town with Diego and his friend Daniela. We tried some tasty "avena" - a drink like blended rice pudding (my new favourite thing) and some "pan de yuca" (yuca bread). Later we went to a salsa ...
... where you have to throw 7 hoops at a table with holes in and each hole awards different points. It’s a bit like a fairground game and points vary from 5 to 300 per shot. 300 points can only be scored by a nearly impossible shot into a frogs mouth on top of the table – which Linda managed to do in both the first AND second game! Incredible… I have met my match! We played on and I managed to pull back two games to tie it at 2-2 although I think she was taking it ...