Hotel Estelar Altamira
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A very talkative but somewhat likeable lady sat down next to us, born in New Orleans but raised in Seattle, living here in Salento for the last year. She told us that she was a geologist for many years but had just started a hostel and foundation here, who know what kind of dreams or pain inspired her to come here, I often wonder that when I meet expats.
She told us about Mirador lookout toward the end of town, gave us some great ideas of coffee farms to walk to. ...
In my last post I let the pictures do the talking. They do say a lot (1000 × 10 = 10000), in fact almost as much as I write for a more normal post. But what they say is purely... descriptive. It's not the thought-inspiring, introspective type of thing I like to aim for when I can. Sure, pictures of impoverished children and stuff can make you question your own life, but I just shared a bunch of pictures of mountains. If that helped you realize some profound truth, ...
... with my own half interest, made it feel like a waste of time. But on the flip side, it would seem ridiculous to travel to the coffee region of Colombia and not even see a coffee farm. And as an added bonus, I no longer feel obligated to go to any more coffee farms ever.
Afterward we walked back up the long, winding dirt road to Yambolombia. I walked in and sat at the table, and Javier went into our room. He came back out a few seconds telling me it wasn't ...
I've ended taking a slightly circuitous route around Colombia, it can't really be appreciated from the map as I've often combined locations into one blog so that I don't end up with hundreds of blogs from my trip! At last count I have been to about 10-11 different places in the last 5 weeks.
I travelled back to Cartagena to catch a flight to Pereira in the coffee region. On the way I think I picked up a couple of pen pals....A late 30s to early 40s Spanish woman and 24 year ...
... too bad, but knowing we then have to get 5 hour connecting bus to Armenia isn't too exciting a prospect. This bus was hell last time we did it. Linéa Los Andes is a 5 hour winding journey through the Andean mountains. The views can be incredible but the traffic a headache. Because it's the only route through this region all kinds of goods trucks, not to mention general traffic and buses. It's bank holiday Monday and we learn that goods trucks aren't allowed to travel, ...