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... was an allegorical representation of the colonization of Colombia. Manizales is mainly located on a few hills (San Francisco style), although the huge mountains and volcano lurk in the distance. One of the hills lead to a very quaint area called Chipre, and there was a broad sidewalk along the edge of the ridge which overlooked the poorer areas of town and the river. After a few days of walking around the El Centro we decided to go out to some of the newer high rise sections and it ...
... other riders who took my bike off me, made me a brew and special mention to Chris and Erwin who put my tent up for me. Even enjoyed my coolish shower. So glad to get to bed. My odometer says we climbed just short of 3,000m today. Never thought I could do that..... Wonder if there will be anything left to give in my legs for tomorrows ride?
Amazing what a body can do when push comes to shove.....
... with "io" and lilt added to them and, hands, feet and facial gestures. We were served coffee in our room, had awesome breakfasts, and we were given free run of the kitchen to ensure our wine was kept cold.
Mauricio took us for a hike through the coffee plantations, introduced us to his friends including Phillipe, who took us sightseeing in a jeep into the ...
... into the upper pool, which in turn filled the lower pool. This means you get the effect of bathing in natural thermal water, with the usual slightly sulphur smell, but you're not in natural hot springs / holes in the earth. A couple of hours later, we'd had beer, some nachos and enough bathing time to have wrinkled fingers. As the restaurant was quite pricey we headed back to the hostel and called it a night. The next day I met two guys who had moved into the dorm the night ...
... from coffee trees. Then, you smash them and two white, slimy beans come out. Next, they clean the slime covering. After that, you smash each dry bean and pick all the white part off. Now, there should be a green sort of plastic covering on that. Finally, you roast the beans, grind them and steep the ground coffee in hot water.
On Saturday, we had an awesome day in Medellín! We went to the science center and a botanical garden. We took a taxi there because it ...