Finca Hotel Alejandria

Corregimiento El Caimo, Armenia, Colombia | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Armenia

Bumping into an Old Friend in Zona Cafetera

A travel blog entry by jeffwright


... we were given in-depth information about the process of growing, roasting, and preparing coffee. We learned about the two main types of coffee: arabica (lots of flavor, less caffeine, more expensive to produce), and robusta (lots of caffeine, less flavor, cheaper to produce). Our guide, an English man who grew up in Australia and co-owns the plantation with his wife, also told us about the industry's shift to growing genetically altered coffee plants, ...

Intro to Colombia: Getting Lost in the Wild

A travel blog entry by jessandjim


... the paramo as it can be quite disorientating and led us to a small farm called Primavera where we were able to stay the night and the small family made us dinner and breakfast. It was freezing up there and Jim only had shorts. Luckily we'd brought our Llama wool jumpers.

The next morning, Jim and I started our hike back down quite early. Alana and Dylan stayed on an extra 2 nights to hike a further 1200m up the mountain. The guide had told us of a shortcut across the ...

Coffee Farms & Truffula Trees

A travel blog entry by 180degreessouth


... that many people end up staying and becoming "family" for a few weeks. We would highly recommend it to anyone going through Salento.

The next morning, we grabbed our bags and hopped on a bus back to Pereira, where we caught a longer-distance bus back to Medellín to get things in order for our departure from Colombia. Though we could have spent much more time in El Eje Cafetero, it was the perfect place to spend our last big weekend in an amazing country!

Zona Cafetera

A travel blog entry by kkp


... reports of hold-ups and thefts on buses to the countryside, so I felt a certain amount of anxiety with this being my first bus journey. The anxiety soon melted away as the city highways made way for the winding country lanes and the gorgeous countryside. Rolling hills with green carpets of lush vegetation draped across. Small rural villages with people going about their daily lives, free from the intrusive influence of tourism but not spared from the customary mobile phone shop. ...

Lord of the Rings in Colombia. Perfectly beautiful

A travel blog entry by kodatravels


... fact that we got along very well, she was a great
Spanish teacher and we complemented each other very nicely. We both felt
comfortable enough to try and hitch a ride into Salento which is a tiny
town in the middle of the coffee valley. We stood at the bus station and
within minutes a gentleman by the name of Jose picked us up and drove us
all the to our hostel. 2 kilometers out of town, via a dirt path right
to the gates of a "Zimmer-like" hostel by the ...


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