Hacienda San Vicente
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... into town to see if I could catch some internet waves. The signal was down, meaning no internet in the entire Corongo region. Bummer. I walked back to find West sitting with Pedro and peeling cacao. Pedro had just received some fruit from his farm that a friend had brought up for him, mostly oranges, lemons, and a citrus Peruvian fruit (that I don't really care for) called lima. He offered us some fresh organic oranges and they were delicious. Corongo is so far off the map that it ...
... to do the work and stay a few weeks. I wish I could make that choice but I don't have the time or the wants to take on such a difficult project at this point. I WILL most definitely find a farm better suited for me because I do want to do similar work and I am capable and Weston said this is the craziest farm he's ever seen and thinks I can find a much better situation easily. I felt bad but decided it just wasn't worth it. After we left the ...
... grouchy-looking men. Everyone wants to have a conversation and help. The friendliness even puts Burlington to shame. It makes you want to be a better person and be in a better mood just so that you can give back the friendliness. And the views in every direction were marvelous. We only stayed for two hours before we needed to head out but I felt like I was leaving something important behind and like I was leaving too soon. This place was some sort of oasis and I didn't like ...
... option was to walk down to the river where there is a hotel with hot springs and thermal pools and then we could catch a truck from the main road in the morning. But the only option for food was to bring our own. This option sounded nice so we bought the only things really available that didn't need to be cooked: a pomegranate, carrots, tomatoes, crackers, and a couple cans of mystery fish (we were told it was tuna but I wasn't convinced). Just as I ...
Wes and I woke up this morning, went to the Cajamarca market to buy some fruit and cheese, ate some duck soup at the market, went to the hostel to pack our things and headed out on a bus towards Cajabamba. The plan was to get to a farm Corongo where we would try to work. Wes had already spoken with them through woofing but no one had answered his emails in a while so we just decided to go for it and see what they say when we get there because there are cool ruins and hot springs along the ...
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