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... for the first 15-20 minutes until a larger lady came and squashed me into the corner whilst her kid slept across her / often on me. Fortunately they got off half way through the journey (about 2 hours in) just as severe cramp was setting in to both my legs! We stopped off in somewhere that looked a little like the wild west with sandy roads and cowboys on horse back galloping up and down the street. The temperature was rising, even more than it had been in Medellin and so I ...
It was time to leave the city and head towards ZonaCafetero, a coffee growing region to the west of Medellin. We were taking a public bus to Manizales, it was a new, converted VW van with very comfortable seats and even WiFi onboard. It was lacking in luggage space though and we were delayed by 15 minutes while the driver tried to get all the luggage in back of the van. David was biting his tongue, despite not being able to talk Spanish, about how badly the luggage was organised. ...
... of colours and sizes and even one which had see through wings. Our last stop was the walk through the orchids. It was breathtaking seeing all these amazing flowers growing on the trees, I saw so many different types of orchid, ones I never knew existed, seeing as the selection at the garden centers back home is limited to one or two types in a few basic colours. I was really happy I went to this place, especially as Colombia has the most diverse number ...
... minutes later. When we got up the road to the hostel, it was pouring rain, so we did not venture out, but rather took some time to relax, settle in, make popcorn and play the card game Spit. We drank wine while Noa and the 11 year old daughter of the cook here baked brownies. We had been carrying the bag of brownie mix around with us for two weeks, but have not had access to an oven, and we needed an egg, which this kitchen was able to donate to us…so tonight was the ...
... 2 skins until you get the bean. Columbia produce washed arabica beans. Due to the relitively low elevation here they need to use some pesticides designed to eliminate a certain tiny black insect that lives in and eats the beans. The higher the elevation the fewer diseases but lower the yield. The beans are dried out and packed up in sacks, split between top quality and second rate. The second rate is only distributed within ...