Eco-Hotel Santa Barbara
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... grown as a side attraction, but mostly it was a large six-flags like amusement park. We road a cable car to the top, a train that circled the park and met some lovely people, but learned little about the processing of coffee.
Not to worry, as the next trip he planned for us was to another coffee plantation that was also geared toward the tourist trade. However, at this place we had an English speaking guide and was showed around the plantation. We actually ...
... countries around the globe.
In the coffee tasting area we are presented with different scent bottles and it is our job to recognise what we are smelling.So we all start sniffing and trying to guess what flavours we can smell….everything smelled like alcohol to me for some reason! which bought out a few tuts from the demonstrator.I was supposed to be picking up hints of caramel,citrus and vanilla,which apparently everyone else did pick up! I faired better in the tasting ...
... thought it might be quite busy, as some locals I met in Tayrona said they celebrate the day of the Dead in the cemetery here (it was yesterday), but when I went, there was no evidence that this had been the case i.e. offerings of food, drink, etc.
Nice terrace for sunset views & beers up top, with good views of multiple screeching hawks, flycatchers, loros & assorted other ...
... and set the fan whirling. Heaven. The best value so far in terms of accommodation. We spent the day wandering around. The river was quite nice and hosted a lovely church and square at one point which kind of sprang into life in the evening. Sprang into life Mompos style is not much to talk about though. Still I could see the potential over the next couple of years and there was certainly enough renovations ...
... all of which has made it an excellent location for historical films. Gabriel Garcia Marques' A Chronicle of a Death Foretold was filmed there. Wandering around the streets, we really did feel as though we had stepped back in time.
We visited the small botanical garden where we were shown around by the enthusiastic owner and we looked at the four plazas and took a stroll along the riverbank, where we saw several large iguanas, before the heat got too much and we had ...