Hotel Decameron Panaca
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... with granola and yogurt. The service was pretty slow. When we got back to the hostel everyone was up so we walked to a coffee farm to see how they farm the beans and the guide took us through the drying and rotating procedures too. It was hot but rain clouds were looming and you could hear the sound of thunder in the distance. The coffee guy had no change so we went to a small bar near by to have some lunch, a few beers ...
... over candle light in the restaurant was a huge portion of great food. This allowed me to meet a few new faces including Namdi and Fran. After dinner we sat around a bonfire with the returning girls and watched a few Americans make s'mores whilst Fran and a couple of other guests kept the fire going. The next morning the 6 of us headed to a local coffee plantation, Don Elías Organic Coffee Farm, for a tour of the plantation and the coffee process. A partner ...
... leaving Bogata was so heavy it took over 2
hours before we were on the open road. The road climbed up and then over and
down a mountain range choked with hundreds of trucks. Our lunch stop was not
until after 2pm. We stopped at a road side café and had a hen dish which was
enormous pieces of over boiled chicken which obviously was not very nice plus
soup and large slices of avocado. We arrived at the town of Armenia (no we
hadn’t taken a wrong turn at ...
... of the most devastating events to have occurred in Colombia in recent history and its economic and social impacts are still being felt. Armenia was the hardest hit city; at least one thousand people were killed and over 50% of its 270,000 population were displaced.
The city of Armenia is located 290 kilometers southwest of Bogota at a height of 1,483 m.The climate of the city is varied, the average temperature ranges between 18–21 °C .It is classified as a ...
... of logs that happened to have a large rock on the side to hold onto. That was pretty nuts, and actually, I got used to the bridges after awhile.
It took us just over two hours to reach Acaime, and by this time I was a sweaty mess. Diego probably could've ran a marathon at this point. We had a drink up at the farm and I took some pictures of the hummingbirds. Luckily, the trek ...