We tour a farm in Colombia | Sailing Zingaro – Episode 22

Do you see the SIZE of that thing?! There’s something in the water in Colombia … 🙂

We get invited by a local to his family farm, so we leave the boat at anchor and take a water-taxi, car-taxi, & 4wd jeep to one of the most biodiverse places we’ve ever seen. Wow they sure do grow everything mega-sized here. Join us on our private tour of a Colombian finca.

You guys may recognize Raphael from the last couple videos, he is a business owner we met in Playa Blanca (about 4 hours south of Cartagena, Colombia). We took him on Zingaro for a week or two, and in return he invited us to his family ranch in Cordoba. What a cool place.

We think this is the best EP so far! Kim did a great job editing this.

-James & Kim

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One thought on “We tour a farm in Colombia | Sailing Zingaro – Episode 22

  1. Michael Beche

    I can’t remember if Columbia is north of the equator If it is June 21 2018 According to the UK Met Office, the four meteorological seasons are each divided into three month periods and start and stop on the same days every year.

    The Met Office said: “These seasons are split to coincide with our Gregorian calendar making it easier for meteorological observing and forecasting to compare seasonal and monthly statistics.

    “By the meteorological calendar, spring starts on 1 March.”

    Astronomers however measure the start of summer by pinpointing the day on which the Earth is tilted towards the sun at a 23.5 degree angle – the closest the Earth comes to the sun.

    This tilt is known as the summer solstice and it causes the longest day of the year.

    Have a happy and healthy summer solstice

    Mike R. 👌😎👏🍸 PS if it is — happy winter solstice june 21 2018

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