Be warned that a few photos from the Sulawesi funeral Pesta are gory.
I took an extended trip to Sumatra, landing in Medan and heading south initially to North Sumatra.
It was great fun. I felt like I was in a parade for 4 days, waving and greeting everyone we passed.
Sana'a is probably no more or less difficult to navigate than any other Arabian or African capital.
This was the only place I saw the use of shade trees for the coffee in Yemen.
A collection of photographs along the way.
They have great coffee here, and more of the crop is terrace-grown than what we saw in Saihi the day before.
The old port city is Al Mohka (Al Mocha, Al Mahka) which is where the name Mocha coffee came from.
We were going to meet farmers in the Haimi growing area. But we were flagged down and a turnout along the way by farmers from the Ismaili growing region.
We returned to Sana'a to do some coffee cupper training, and to have a nighttime stroll around the old city.
There I was, once again, in Costa Rica. How did this happen?
I find myself in Costa Rica again, but it took so long to upload these pictures, that it is not even my most recent trip there.
Yes, 5 Star Certified. That's what you have to do when you take your fancy camera to Sumatra, and proceed to take 1250 photos.
If you travel, perhaps you have been somewhere that confuses you a bit, where things don't quite add up, where you can't get a good sense of where you are.
Okay, so it wasn't frosty, but the nights were a little chilly, I swear. These images are from a 2011 trip focused on the West : Jimma, Limmu, Agaro, Illubabor, Wollega
Maria Zelaya has a special pride in this special place, which shows in the coffee, the dairy cows, the flowers, the coffee mill, and just about everything at this amazing place!
About the title ...I lied. It was not that fun, and definitely not for profit.
So I took this camera to Rwanda for the Cup of Excellence competition and, crazy me, I ended up with a cool 600 photos.
Photos of the NicaHope soccer team, Managua, Nicaragua
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