Usually when people say a place is two hours away at my pace it can mean an hour. This was not the case and two hours after setting out from La Serrana we found the finca. It was in the most beautiful location, with hummingbirds and toucans in the trees and with Pedro, the two litre a day coffee drinking owner, as our enthusiastic host.
The farm wasn't a classic coffee farm with a plantation. Instead there was a wild forest full of fruit and coffee trees. Pedro took us for a wander around the block, telling us about the different flora and talking us through the coffee growing process. After a delicious vegetarian lunch we then went to another block of land up the road from their house and this is where we saw the final part of the coffee making process which included roasting the beans and bagging up our own coffee! From tree to bag to cup, it was a pretty cool experience.
I could have spent another few days in Salento, doing absolutely nothing. But the weekend was nearing and Cali, salsa capital of South America, beckoned.