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... class we went into that had two year olds, a little boy was showing off because we were there by dancing around. He then came to show a few of us his shows that were too big for him but he was able to Velcro them off and on himself. In another class, the 12 kids did a little dance performance for us. The kids were making fun of one of the guys in our group who has short hair but does have a few dreads on one side. A few of them said he had hair like a girl and one kids told ...
... in Manizales and had to jump on a cable car to get from the bus terminal up to the city center. I am pretty impressed with the city. It’s a bit busier than I had expected it to be, but it looks really nice. And more importantly, it feels totally safe. Unlike my last neighborhood, I am completely comfortable walking around here on my own. It was about a ten block walk from the top of the cable car to get to ...
... crowded and very open. The views from the pools were incredible.
I got back to the house around 4:30, checked some email and went out for some ravioli. Tomorrow, I head to Cartagena via flight. I am in major need of doing some laundry, so I hope that can happen soon. No one likes a stinky gringa. I really enjoyed Manizales and wish I had another day here. But, onward I shall go.
... of making coffee. I even got to drink a bit of expresso. It was really bitter!
On Saturday, we woke up in Medellín, ate the breakfast provided by the hostel and grabbed a taxi outside. Our plan for the day was to go to the Parque Explora, or Exploration Park. When we arrived, we saw a lively cultural festival setting up for that night, a green iguana climbing up a tree ...
... Just to test my concentration today:
*In Colombia all coffee berries are hand picked so only the ripe ones are being removed from trees.
*Coffee berries are ready to be picked when they're either red or yellow depending on the tree's pigmentation. (Normally it's red)
*Once picked the berry is pinched and two white beans covered in gel can be found.
*These then go through ...