Hotel Abadia Plaza
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... not sure why, they went home to bed. I walked the square in the cool air, the Colombian men very much wearing cowboy clothes here. I don't mean because they wanted to look like cowboys, these guys were the real deal.
It was the weekend, I meet a cool guy named Aaron from the UK, another American guy named Ryan who had been living in Thailand and was searching for a new home. Ryan was with a guy named Sagi, a chilled out Israeli guy living in Medellin. We had a couple drinks, ...
... Elías took us on a tour in English that lasted about 1 hour and ended up with a coffee using the ground beans from the farm. He explained how the farm was family owned, organic meaning they used techniques such as fruit plants to prevent insects damaging the coffee harvest, how they harvested coffee and finally how the coffee beans were sorted, prepared and ground. A few of the group bought packs of coffee - as much as I wanted to I couldn't carry it ...
... years ago across a ravine. It is centred around an image of the Virgin Mary which miraculously appeared (was painted) on the cliff face. It's location and architecture make it a pretty impressive site. They say this route shouldn't be travelled at night because of the risk of hijackings, but it's definitely worth doing in the day because the road winds along the side of a deep valley maybe 1km deep, with regular waterfalls. After a few hours I reached the Ecuador border and continued on to ...
... was freezing and a little short tempered because this was the last thing i wanted to feel right now. We put 2 more blankets over the bed and took an early(ish) night, knowing that we had to be up around 6.20 tomorrow for our journey to Valle de Cocura, one on the centerpieces of our journey.
Valle de Cocura
Several jeeps were parked in the town square. As luck would have it we had the front 2 seats next to the driver. A convoy of three, we set off at ...
... Exported coffee is Colombian grown, and roasted somewhere else. Colombians don't really consider the exports "Colombian Coffee". But, the rest of the world does. Most of the day we could see a thunderstorm brewing. Then, we could hear the thunder off in the distance, for more than 2 hours. Suddenly, just as we lined up for the chairlift back to the entrance of the park, it started to rain, I mean pour, ok...someone opened the firehose on us. It was like heaven was ...