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... coffee zone) next.
Pereira, in the middle of the coffee zone is genuinely a nice city. But of course, the best of the region is to be found in the countryside. We saw beautiful small towns, fields of coffee, platane trees, colourful birds, howling monkeys, the world's biggest palm trees and so much more. Nature here truly is breathtaking. I even got to ride all the way to the top of a mountain, together with my newfound and bikecrazy Colombian friends. Next up: ...
... it in my underpants. It was an American guy who informed me in a painfully slow and needlessly drawn out verbal marathon that he was leading the ahyuascua ceremony visit that night for the hostel that I was staying in. "Meet us out the front at 7.25." That's all he needed to say, nada mas. Aaron and I met the 7 strong group at 725 and it seemed like a good mix. Most of us had never tried ahyuascua before but were curious to experience it in a typical local ceremony. ...
... end soon and we would come out at the little town of Boquia at the bottom of the hill from Salento. About another 10 minutes down the road, we ended up on the highway – *****amun never looked so good! After walking for 5 hours, lost, in the rain, it was heaven. Now, just to get up to the hill to Salento. There is supposed to be a bus every half hour or so. Just one problem – we had no idea where the bus stop was.
We decided to continue walking until a bus ...
... de San Vicente.
We went to sleep in the tiny smelly room and discussed all the options... Leaving earlier and not staying the full 3 nights we booked? Staying in the town of Santa Rosa instead? Checking the hotel further up the road?
We decided to see how we'd feel about it in the morning.
Saturday 2nd February
Wake up in the country
We woke up early and it was raining heavily. Not really inviting to ...
... meander along the rows if coffee plants learning how to pick perfectly ripe beans and then cross over the river to deshell and roast our newly picked beans, then we loop back through the hills and grind our freshly roasted coffee beans, which we then turn into cappucino's while being given many tips for making the perfect coffee. What a treat tasting the freshest coffee ever, which certainly puts Starbucks ...