May 22, 2015
Earlier this month, I went to Nicaragua for the first time.
It was a journey into the unknown, as I wasn't sure where I would
be going or what I would find out when I got there. As it turned
out, I learned a lot about the coffee culture there and experienced
farms and mills at a few different levels. Listen as Mark Brown and
I discuss the ins and outs of the trip. Some unexpected audio was
caught on a farm in the lowland area of Chacraseca, when a local
farmer told us, through an interpreter, about his life in farming
and what he learned along the way. Pretty moving piece.
Music for this episode is by Lyndon Scarfe, Chenard Walcker, and FortyOne.