Estrella Sin Fronteras
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... into the main square, it seemed like the riders abandoned their horses in front of the church where an outdoor sermon was taking place. Maybe the riders were getting something to eat or more drink because part of the sermon asked for the "oversight of tonights festivities". We had a chorizo on a stick and BBQ'd corn which was dry and stodgy. As the darkness descended, there was a short firework display that was set off from the middle of plaza. ...
... on a quest that involves only me. And my horse, of course. When I heard my new friends delightful cheer befind me, I was filled with happiness to be in a group of four wonderful guys, to share this experience with, but to still be the front rider. We galopped along the riverside, and the freedom I felt was seldom, leaving the past behind me, pain, love and passion. The picture of this would have been in perfection with my hair flying ...
... four hours for a delayed bus which would take us into Colombia, the bus was doing an epic journey from Lima to Venezuela. We eventually boarded the bus, due to take 20 hours, it took 24. It was hot and stuffy, and they played incessant and loud salsa music for hours on end. It may sound fun but it wasn't, I can still hear the ts ts ts ts ts which is present in each and every song. But we read, relaxed and slept and finally arrived in Cali. This was just a brief pit ...
... was nowhere for me to stay that night. So I started early-ish and took the picturesque one hour walk to a small Organic Coffee farm outside of town. This farm was run and owned by a lovely Colombian man named Don Elias. Although the tour was in Spanish, something which the hostel forgot to mention, I really enjoyed it and I believe I understood quite a bit. We learned about the two types of coffee grown at the farm, Arabica - red seeds, and The Colombian sort - yellow seeds. ...
... a delicious waffle. After breakfast, we went to Valle de Cocora ( a valley with a wax palm tree forest). This tree is Colombia's national tree and it is native for this area. We walked about five miles. It was super hard because it was all up hill. We were also walking in horse poop. We went back to Brunch for dinner and I had a fruit salad with apples, bananas, mangos and pineapple.