Estelar Recinto del Pensamiento Hotel
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... Colombia's James Rodriquez up and down the park in their previous game and not allowing him to play his game.
Shortly before sunset, we walked to neighborhood of Chipre which has beautiful views over the valley of Risaralda and Cauca. It is the most visited by tourists in Manizales and the locals. Unfortunately there was too much cloud for a sunset but it was still nice views.
... enjoyed the best menu del dia (lunch special) in Colombia. Menu del dia is an amazing deal, typically $3-4 and consists of a huge bowl of soup followed by a fat plate of rice, plantains, salad, and some sort of meat, accompanied by juice. Almost every restaurant in Colombia has menu del dia, you just have to know to ask.
... and unless you want to hike up the hill, you have to take the ski lift up. I'm pretty used to not understanding most of the Spanish only tours so I went along. I was a bit apprehensive about the ski lift, but once I saw the beautiful views and of course the random ostrich staring at the lift, I whipped out my camera and forgot about not liking heights. We were greeted with cups of coffee and an array of inactivating beautiful humming birds. My mind took me ...
... the girls forgot to grease the pan, so the brownies were very much stuck, but they managed to pick some of them out and snack on brownie crumbs.
Lilliana, the cook, made us hearty bowls of potato soup and bowls of pasta for dinner. By the time 9:30 pm rolled around, we were all ready for bed. All night, when I woke up to a sound or needing to use the bathroom, I laid in bed for a little extra long before falling back to sleep, thinking about the coffee that ...
... 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 ...