Central America Travelogues, Coffee Cultivar Photoset

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Coffee Cultivars: Here is a collection of images from my travels of many different types of varietals. I thought it would be interesting to pull all these together into one page … well, 3 pages since there are so many of them.
Central America Travelogues and pictures …Ben and Maria met me in Costa Rica for a Central America Family Coffee get-together, and then we all went to the Best of Panama competition in Boquete. During and after the 2009 El Salvador Cup of Excellence, I visited some of our important coffee sources, such as Aida Batlle’s Kilimanjaro farm, and Vickie Dalton’s Finca Matalapa. Here’s some photos of my El Salvador Travels . And here are the El Salvador Cup of Excellence 2009 photos. Woo!

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5 Responses to “Central America Travelogues, Coffee Cultivar Photoset”


  1. 1 Julie

    Tom, the raptor in your Costa Rica album isn’t an Osprey, it’s a Barred Hawk (Leucopternis princeps) — fantastic photo!

  2. 2 R00ffles

    El Salvador Cup of Excellence 2009 photos seem to be flipping out..Cant seem to view them.

    Nonetheless, quite a fantastic set of pictures…Aye, I have to get back to Costa Rica some time soon..X”D

  3. 3 Thompson

    Thompson wrote:

    El Salvador Cup of Excellence 2009 photos seem to be flipping out..Cant seem to view them.

    Nonetheless, quite a fantastic set of pictures…Aye, I have to get back to Costa Rica some time soon..X”D

    Thanks for the note about the Barred Hawk Julie .. and I will check out the El Salvador CoE pictures and see if there is a problem there…Tom

  4. 4 LuvCoffee

    LuvCoffee wrote:

    Nonetheless, quite a fantastic set of pictures

    ITA–I came here to learn about coffee, and am awe-struck w/ the photos, and esp. luv the slideshow in the upper r.h.corner of Thom’s coffee travel. Have been staring at it for a while now.

    ok, back to coffee, well, it is an art too!

  5. 5 Thompson

    I am really honored you like the photos – thanks!

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