Finca La Cabana

Address: Vereda La Bella, Armenia, Colombia | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Vereda La Bella, Armenia.
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        Country living

        A travel blog entry by lavlwilson on Sep 16, 2015

        57 photos

        ... trees, other fruit trees, banana plants, and an abundance of tall, shady trees and small flowering bushes. Greeting us was a strutting peacock with his peahen, two albino turkeys (male and female), a rooster and a hen. I began to wonder where the arc was being built, but seemingly, they must sell or eat any offspring. There was a large open living area that was accessed from every side, which created a wonderful, cool breezeway with comfy sofas and chairs and ...

        A Caffeine Overdose!

        A travel blog entry by nickjackets on Jun 16, 2014

        29 photos

        ... and the taste is sweet.The picked beans are then taken to a machine which takes the skins off.This skin is used as animal feed and also as fertiliser.The beans are then put in a water bath.Any floating beans are beans of a lesser quality,and these are put aside to be used in mass produced coffee.The quality beans have more weight and sink to the bottom.It is these beans that are used for export.

        Colombians actually drink very little coffee as a nation and so they ...


        A travel blog entry by ccchrissie on Nov 03, 2013

        11 photos

        ... 3 hours were on tarmac, but thereafter it was dirt roads, getting progressively smaller & more potholed until the vehicle "ferry", a floating platform pushed by a motorboat, to the island on which Mompox sits.

        It used to be a major port at one time, hence the once splendid, but now run down, colonial buildings along the river and huge number of churches, plus convent, monastery and ...

        15. Mompós - let's do the time warp again

        A travel blog entry by kesvic2013 on Oct 30, 2013

        ... 20,000-30,000 pesos (8-10) but many people make their own. Sorry, many MOTHERS make them (Halloween is a woman's department according to the local men!) The kids chant, "Tricky, tricky Halloween, quiero dulces para mi, si no hay dulces para mi, se te crece la nariz!" (Tricky, tricky Halloween, I want sweets for me, if there are no sweets for me, your nose will grow!) Any shop/pharmacy/bar/house/old man minding his own business in a rocking chair was a target! There were a ...

        A Step Back in Time

        A travel blog entry by paulandjemma on Mar 12, 2013

        10 photos

        ... thus. It was once a bustling commercial centre, the main hub of the main trade route in and out of central Colombia. Most goods passed through on their way between the interior and the coast on boats along the river. However, this branch of the river silted up meaning that the trade had to take the other branch and bypass the town completely. Then the roads and air travel improved and the town became a forgotten relic of a bygone age, remote and inaccessible with little or no ...

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