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... chose a pancake, which was huge. Afterwards we were going to walk round the shops, however it started pouring down, so we just took refuge in the church in Salento and sat there till the rain stopped. Once it did, we just went back to the hostel. We couldn't resist a last supper at La Eliana with the dog Cooky, so we had our dinner there and played with the dog before dinner again. We were the last ones in the garden this time, so when I threw the last stick, I went leave, and ...
... cows. We followed a beautiful, fast-moving river for a while, and stopped there on the rocks to eat our packed lunch of pb&j sandwiches while cute little butterflies kept us company.
Tomorrow we leave for Cali. Until this morning, we weren't sure what our plans might be because there was an extensive strike by the coffee workers going on that had all the roads between PopayŠn and Pasto closed, which means our plans to ...
... a reward.
One of the workers from the plantation joined us later on in the afternoon. The next thing we knew we were heading over to the plantation owner’s house, who was out of town, to watch the sun set. The sun had already gone by the time we got there, but we had a few drinks and a group meal of pasta and hotdogs in tomato sauce.
We had a good night but come 10.30pm I dragged Donna away, whilst the others went in ...
... Arabica bean comes originally from Ethiopia. Colombia is the third highest exporter of coffee and only produces the Arabica bean. However on this bean you get four varietals of coffee!!!! I could carry on for ages with all the interesting facts i learnt but the basic message is make sure the package says 100%2525 Arabica...if it is washed it is also less bitter! After being shown how to roast our own coffee we were given a quick hit of exceptionally strong coffee and sent on our ...
Arriving in Salento at midnight may not have been our wisest plan yet. After hammering down the door of a very locked hostel, being greeted by a semi naked German, and leaving, with everyone feeling uncomfortable, we found Plantation House. Here, we were offered the choice to spend the night in a coffee farm, only a short walk away.
However, he failed to mention that this short walk was in complete darkness, and down ...
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