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Charmés par Salento.

Avant de plonger dans les secrets de fabrication de la fameuse poudre noire Colombienne, voici Salento, notre porte d’entrée pour la “Eje cafetero”, le triangle du café, dont les capitales sont Armenia, Peirera et Manizales. 109 more words


CircaWanderlust Guide to The Eje Cafetero - Caldas

The last of our 3 part travel guide to Colombia’s coffee growing region, we bring you Caldas. Each of the states have a variety of things to offer from ecological trails to historic old churches, there is so much to do. 537 more words


Fun on la línea

Yesterday I left Girardot. The last weeks have been a bit of an emotional roller coaster, farewelling my beloved Maija and other special people, packing up the hunny pad (our cute sauna apartment), getting through end of year school activities and reporting, and of course, saying goodbye to my dear students. 477 more words

CircaWanderlust Guide to The Eje Cafetero - Quindío

We’re breaking down one of Colombia’s most popular areas into 3 travel guides because, well it is a pretty massive region! If you missed the first one, check it out… 920 more words


CircaWanderlust Guide to The Eje Cafetero - Risaralda

Colombia is known for having some of the world’s best coffee. The unique area in which is has been traditionally grown is known as the Coffee Triangle or Eje Cafetero. 848 more words


The Colonial Pueblo of Filandia

I have been to a lot of pueblos in the coffee-growing region of Colombia. Some people might like the beach, others might like the cities, but me- I love the plazas surrounded by brightly painted colonial architecture and jade green mountain ranges. 516 more words


In and around Colombia's coffee growing region, part 2

Continuing on from my last post, Sovio, Juan Pablo and Catherine made their way back to Cali that evening and I found myself a nice place to stay in Salento. 672 more words