Hotel Estelar Altamira
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- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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... home. I will be picked up from the hotel for what I think is a visit to an apartment in town, to the North and then to a restaurant or a club. This was never said, but I fill this in based on what I would do if I invited strangers to my house. The hotel is in one of the suburbs. On the inside it looks like a prison. A hall with cells. Two stories high. Steel doors and iron bars before the windows. If someone closes the door behind me there is no way of getting out. ...
... The 3 hour tour of the coffee farm was both informative and entertaining as we were shown the various stages of producing coffee, from picking the berries to removing the sugar, drying, roasting, grinding and drinking. Ted (or Don Eduardo as he was known in these parts) explained the differences between robusta and arabica coffee as well as traditional and modern methods of growing the coffee and his plan to lease sections of the farm for people to grow their own ...
... alone with him this trip. We took home food for Annie, and a beer too. She was happy to see us. Packed for flight tomorrow,
collapsed into my bed for 5 hours before our wakeup call. And then, just like that, Annie and I hopped a ride to the airport, waving goodbye to our dear father. It had been a whirlwind fantastic trip. We all agreed that it couldn't have gone any better. Thanks, Colombia!
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, ...
... American, one American-Kiwi, and one American-Scot. It was a pretty eclectic group. We were told it was going to be a two hour walk to get to Finca de Sacha Mama, but it ended up being about one hour and forty minutes. We even had a group of three dogs that followed us from the beginning of our walk, right up to the coffee farm. They weren’t allowed in though, so I guess they just turned around and walked back together, like a little ...