Apartahotel San Juan del Lago

Carrera 7 No 25-34, Pereira, 32, Colombia | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Pereira

Colombia, home of bikes and coffee

A travel blog entry by traliela on May 25, 2014

25 photos

Because the end of our trip is nearing and the prospect of Colombia was so appetizing, we decided not to wait any longer to get into the country. We spent a long time at the immigration office, because every single officer wanted to have a look at our emergency passport.

We stayed the night in the border town of Ipiales, and as it often goes with towns on a border: it's not really nice. Thankfully, they have one of the most famous sights of Colombia to make up for ...

La Zona Cafetera de Colombia

A travel blog entry by chrisandalicia on Mar 21, 2014

49 photos

... of life and vibrancy. Blessed with forests, beaches, mountains, ancient colonial architecture, and diverse wildlife (birds, monkeys, jaguars, and even rhinos thanks to Pablo Escobar's personal zoo), it's a country that really has it all. The Colombian people went out of their way to make us feel comfortable and welcome, and although some areas remain unsafe, it is definitely a place we will never forget.
Suerte, suerte, suerte!

Chris & ...

Small Colorful Town Amidst Stunning Mountains

A travel blog entry by lairsho on Nov 28, 2013

1 comment, 17 photos

... to a small coffee plantation for a tour that lasted about an hour. Three fellows from Missouri were there at the same time and one helped with translating the young guide's explanation of the coffee plants, harvesting and processing. Very interesting, and then we got to sample the goods. Colombian coffee is outstanding! The next day my thighs were screaming from two days of walking up and down steep hills and we were off to PopayÓn.


Bumping into an Old Friend in Zona Cafetera

A travel blog entry by jeffwright on Sep 26, 2013

1 comment, 49 photos

... arabica and robusta.

Even though most of the industry is shifting to growing genetically altered coffee plants, the Plantation House insists on growing fully organic arabica coffee. At the end of the tour, we ate coffee beans and drank freshly prepared joe. Everyone was bouncing off the walls by the end of the tour. We also sampled fresh pineapple, and took pictures of the tallest species of palm tree in the world, which is native to the region.

Coffee Break

A travel blog entry by marshaonthemove on Jun 27, 2013

66 photos

... and happily adapt to. One day we did get off our lazy bums to venture into the Valle de Cocora- a valley known for its spectacular and incredibly tall wax palm trees. I┤ve never seen anything quite like it! If you dropped me in the middle of it I may not know where in the world I was, but I may guess it to be a Super Mario Bros video game with the bright green hills and larger than life palm trees. This turned into a full day trek when we climbed the almost ...


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