Hotel Portal De Milan
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... Colombia's climate is particularly well suited for coffee growing, they have two seasons during the year that are both good for growing. The majority of Colombia's coffee is for export and the poorer quality is used locally.
We then had a demonstration on the coffee roasting process - this is where the real skill is required. Varying the temperature and time of roasting the dried coffee beans ...
... started that day, I didn't get to experience much beyond the excessive traffic, but I would certainly go back one day when I have more money to enjoy it and when I have booked a hostel in advance.
Before I got my bus to Medellin, I really wanted to go to Recinto del Pensamiento. I read that this place has an impressive selection of orchids and so I went on a quick visit. Once at Recinto, found out that the only way to go in is with a Spanish ...
After just a few hours sleep we were up and ready at 6.30am for a 2 hour drive to Salento which is a gorgeous little town at the foot of the Los Nevados N.P. we drove a little further in the Valle de Cocora which is where we started hiking.
For some, hiking was the only option for others riding up the mountain on a horse was the best alternative. I decided to get on a horse and try my luck that way. With a bad ankle and no hiking shoes this was definitely my ...
... city as it is built into a hillside. The neighborhoods are naturally divided by the fact that they are at different heights on the mountain. When I arrived I took a taxi to the hostel and the taxi driver informed me that the women of Manizales have the most beautiful waists, legs and bums because of all the walking they do. I can concur that the women are indeed amazing looking so I have decided that I will be doing as much walking as possible in the next few days.
... and his too controversial massive bollocks removed. Got my adaptor easily and cheaply from the shop just behind the square, wandered around, sampled a dessert arepo - my favourite kind - off the street, and somehow found a little shop of literature to buy my dictionary from and be totally worn out by a young, highly educated and passionate man for two hours who wanted to help me with my Spanish and Colombian ...