Finca Neblina Del Bosque
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... ammonia was to preserve the plant in storage again we had some moments of guessing due to the language barrier.) After dark storage the tobacco leaves are placed onto air vented shelves for drying and sorting. Cigars are made from broken or smaller leaves that are the base for the inside as well as another bigger leaf that forms the outside layer of the cigar. This outside layer must have no stem because the cigar will not burn if a stem is in place. We entered a room where ...
I spent my last day at the allotment with some friends, it has been wonderful getting to know Dona Emma and Aristeo, they're so lovely and always happy to see me. I was really sad to leave them, the trips into the countryside to see them have been one of the best parts of my stay here.
So as was to be expected my last week in Nicaragua was bitter sweet, lots of organising and finishing things ...
... about his life when he was younger and I learned more about his life. About how when he was at school he couldn't see a life for himself outside that town, how he hated the way everyone was always gossiping and that he's always felt out of place, that he was "born into the wrong culture". He's the most inspirational person I've ever met: after a childhood without the idea of change to the status quo he is now studying medicine, and working crazy hard to be the top of his class ...
... br> A quick stop for fuel and then we were underway to the Miraflor Reserva area. Miraflor has three separate zones with a lower open area, a midsection of Oaks covered in old mans beard, and an upper of closed canopy including strangler figs.
The destination being a finca with cloud forest. A bit of roadwork on the way, replacing the pavers. Due to the number of earthquakes it is easier to repair a paver road than a bitumen one.
The farm had a ...
... is very much a local family-run outfit, beautifully illustrated by the bin-liner of used 'wet' shoes unceremoniously dumped in front of us by one of the large contingent of female helpers. Most of the shoes were size 12 and above but we found a couple of pairs that we could just about walk in. Their method of securing your valuables was to hide it under the mattress in one of their bedrooms - very safe, supposedly. Our ...