Estelar Recinto del Pensamiento Hotel
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... for the first 15-20 minutes until a larger lady came and squashed me into the corner whilst her kid slept across her / often on me. Fortunately they got off half way through the journey (about 2 hours in) just as severe cramp was setting in to both my legs! We stopped off in somewhere that looked a little like the wild west with sandy roads and cowboys on horse back galloping up and down the street. The temperature was rising, even more than it had been in Medellin and so I ...
It was time to leave the city and head towards ZonaCafetero, a coffee growing region to the west of Medellin. We were taking a public bus to Manizales, it was a new, converted VW van with very comfortable seats and even WiFi onboard. It was lacking in luggage space though and we were delayed by 15 minutes while the driver tried to get all the luggage in back of the van. David was biting his tongue, despite not being able to talk Spanish, about how badly the luggage was organised. ...
... 8217;s headphones to listen with her to her Ipod music line-up, or pretending to throw her bag of chips out the window, or singing Salsa tunes to her but changing the lyrics to include "Noa." Ari was fast asleep for much of the ride thanks to the Dramamine he takes to avoid motion sickness. I wished I had taken some on this particular trip, but cannot afford to be that sleepy! Ari’s sleepy head kept falling over onto
Noa during the ride, so I switched places ...
... to remove all the gel.
*After the washing process the beans go into a machine which determines which beans are worth keeping and which ones are hollow or eaten by insects, the fate of the bean is dependent on it's density.
All good beans are kept as grade one beans and exported from Colombia and all second grade beans are kept within the country for consumption by locals.
*The beans are ...
After leaving the horses tied to a tree, the walk to Acaime was only 1km but also very steep and muddy. My every day shoes were definitely not cut out for it but I had no other choice. We saw a variety of incredible hummingbirds and had our drink before walking back to meet the horses again.
By now we could laugh at the situation, and I wondered how dramatic the fall looked from Zoe's point of view. She told me it was apparently pretty ...