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... drying they become small and green. These beans are then roasted. The roasting time determines whether they are light, medium or strong roasted. We left the roasting machine running for about 10 minutes and then took the beans out. They smelt burnt! This is just a small factory. A lot of the processing is done by the buyers of the beans. We got back to town about 5pm. Still feeling lazy, I did nothing else until we headed out for dinner at ...
... forward to seeing them in New Zealand.
On Monday the remaining members of our group from the San Blas adventure said goodbye. Sandro got a bus to a beach, Tanja was staying in Panama City until she flew home, and I got a bus to El Valle de Anton, this time accompanied by Lorna from Scotland. El Valle is at about 600m and is inside a dormant volcanic crater, apparently it is the largest inhabited crater in the world. The town is spread ...
... out it was a two hour drive each way and only 3 hours on the river for class 3 rapids we decided against it. We instead decided to hike the Baru Volcano which involves getting picked up at 23:00 tonight and hiking all night to the summit for sunrise. We had pizza for supper as it was quick and easy and picked up some supplies for the hike. Right now we are headed to bed to have a quick nap prior to pulling an allnighter on the volcano. Should be ...
... different varieties of coffees, including Geisha, at $350 per pound, and this farm has been declared the 2nd best in Panama! The whole thing was very interesting and took about 3 hours.
After returning to town we found a quick bite to eat down the road at "Coffee & Cacao"' Jim and I ordered hummus chicken wraps and hot chocolate, Barb had a veggie pita, and Paul had a burrito and said it was fantastic. Good prices, good service, and great tasting, wonderful ...
... a short recap of what we did each day: 1st day back (Thursday): Relaxed, didn't do much Friday: Walked into Las Mina to get groceries Saturday: Hiked to the river, swam for a bit and tanned until the sun went away. Also made an INCREDIBLE roast chicken dinner with garlic mashed potatoes, gravy, and roasted carrots! The power was out for a solid 8 hours that evening, half the other diners didn't start cooking until near dark, so they were cutting and ...