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... opened up.
So we waited around. Anke read some, Javier and I chatted some in Spanish, but mainly everyone just sat there listening to the light rain.
At noon there were still no spots, so we headed down the road to an eco-hostel named Yambolombia. It's a colorful, quirky place even further out in the countryside run by Gabriel, his girlfriend Martha, and their dog Yambo (there was another dog who was a real bro, but I never learned his ...
... a plate called Suizas, which is basically a big sausage with french fries on the side. The sausage was pretty bad, filled with big fatty bits, and the fries were undercooked, so it wasn’t really a great meal. I did get some great news during the meal though.
I got a call from Melissa and she told me she was able to get a few days off in October, so she’ll be able to join me on my tour of Machu Picchu! We had talked about her ...
... a Colombia", as we strolled by, returning the smiles.
Not one criminal has been committed to the local prison for over a year. The underworked firemen sit outside the station, the engines gleaming inside. Walking by the armed forces felt pretty sketchy until catching the young lads smoking doobies. Not a lot goes down here, it's as safe as houses!
Cocora Valley, famed for it's 60 metre tall wax palm trees, is just half an hour willy (or jeep, to me and you) ...
... So we did a little hike around the area san through the coffee plantations, stopping at a few to do a tour or a taste, all in spanish, which was a little test on my interpreting skills. We also did a tour with a Brit who owns a farm there and he was pretty interesting and helpful with explaining exactly what goes on in the Colombian coffee market. There are ...
... della Colombia.
Per qualche strana ragione molti villaggi da queste parti portano il nome di Paesi stranieri: tra gli altri ci ricordiamo Armenia, Palestina, Francia, Finlandia e, ovviamente, Salento che non è uno Stato ma far pur sempre un certo effetto vederne il nome in sudamerica anziché nel sud dell’Italia. E’ anche il paesino più pittoresco della zona, una vera perla immersa nelle colline con splendide case con le mura di un bianco accecante ...