Hotel Termales Santa Rosa de Cabal
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- Swimming pool
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... over a friendly game of tejo. Every now and then our discussion of life was interrupted by a bang, or actually 3 in a row. In a lot of ways, Luke embodied the party scene I had only just escaped from. But I was very happy to run into him again. It honestly reaffirmed what I came to realize on the walk to the bus stop. After a couple of days in Medellín I thought I understood him, but that was not the case at all. Knowing Luke is a much needed lesson in ...
... He is an American-Kiwi named Vahé, also traveling around for quite a while on his own, and it turned out he is staying at the same hostel as me, La Serrana.
We walked from the center of Salento, which looks like a nice little town, and about 20 minutes later we made it to the hostel. This is a beautiful area in the middle of the coffee district, surrounded by mountains. It is so nice and peaceful out here. I love it! Unfortunately we got ...
... in a place with a pool, and even the water out of the showers is not really cold. But I'm truly happy to be here, to be warm all the time, to shudder at the thought of fleece or wool, blergh. Because I know that this adventure which has taken us vast distances and to wildly different places will all too soon be over. And I love the sunshine.
So cheers, I'm off for an ice cold beer and to bathe in my own sweat as I amble through the streets.
Love you all.
... looks exactly like the image that I always had in mind of the classic owner of a coffee plantation in Colombia; he could very well be on the logo of a brand of precious roasted beans, and it would not surprise me at all if it already was. A huge smile, his face marked by the work and by the sun, a beautiful sombrero on his head and the kindness and friendliness of times long gone. We felt at home from the minute we set foot in his finca.
For an italian fanatic of ...
... showed us around the plantation. They produce about 3000kg of coffee per year and keep some for the family's consumption and sell 70% to the Colombian Coffee Federation who then sell it on. Bad coffee is anything that has been spoiled during the process and most ends up at Nescafe! We were also told that children are brought up drinking coffee from about 5 years old and that most people drink about 10 cups a day with no side effects! Don Elias was a ...