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... the Wax palm,Colombia's national tree which grows in the fertile soil to heights of up to 100m,they live for over two hundred years and are now sadly in decline due to de forestation.The coffee triangle area is now planting them at a rate of knots and tourists are asked to help with this.So duly I met an old wrinkled faced man who looked like he belonged in a Mexican Western movie,a menacing looking machete concealed under his beige poncho he introduced himself and took me to an ...
... a chilled day, mending holes in my leggings, sending emails. Enjoyed sun outside in the morning and was contemplating doing a coffee tour or horse riding in the afternoon, but it rained so ended up doing neither. Went into town for dinner with Eryn a New Zealand girl I'd met in Medellin, plus Hayley, Aaron and a Dutch couple. Had very good value dinner at Casa Lucy, fish and rice, for 6000 pesos (about £2). Really liked feel of the town and especially loved the ...
... and said have you got 5 minutes and I'll show you our house. So we went with him on a guided tour of the area and his house. He was a British guy who'd come to live in Salento around 10 years ago. He showed us the views from the back of his house, as you can watch the sunset from there, and he said if we wanted to watch it there, we were welcome to come and sit in his garden with a beer or wine, quality bloke and was really a genuine person. He owns the coffee plantation also, ...
... ice cube and my bones on the point to break like glass. And I knew that going back to the "hostel" won't make you feel better, you just wait to fall asleep and go back on the hot and nice Salento! The way back was a mission as well, we had mud till our knees for 2 hours… but if I remember well, we went down in 5 hours total and the Cocora Valley at the end of the trek was like a rainbow in a storm. Wonderful and magic views of these fields of old 60 m high palm trees.
... the paramo as it can be quite disorientating and led us to a small farm called Primavera where we were able to stay the night and the small family made us dinner and breakfast. It was freezing up there and Jim only had shorts. Luckily we'd brought our Llama wool jumpers.
The next morning, Jim and I started our hike back down quite early. Alana and Dylan stayed on an extra 2 nights to hike a further 1200m up the mountain. The guide had told us of a shortcut across the ...
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