Located on the main street at the driveway entrance to Nanny Estates it was very easy to spot. We had rented a house on the beach and were a 1/2hr drive into town, but when we did come in for sightseeing etc we made sure this was one of our stops. We had Cappuccinos that were smooth and not bitter like some I've had elsewhere, fruit shakes that are yummy, and bagels that were soft & tasted extremely fresh with a flavour I couldn't quite pin point. I became addicted to these and had to have them whenever we stopped in. We also did the Cacao Tour and found it informative, but at least 2hrs too long and more of a family visit for our tour guide Freddy who takes you to his family's farm (we were the only 2 out that day and it might have been different if we had others to chat with as the majority of the visit was watching our guide converse with his family in Spanish while we sat there feeling uncomfortable & wishing we could leave). The first part was interesting with Freddy pointing out various trees/fruit, then there was at least an hour before we had lunch (we sat and watched/listened to the family converse & our guide ignored us). After lunch we sat around another 1/2 hour, then were taken to the back of another house where we were shown the cacao process while our guide explained what they were doing. We then waited while our guide went into the house for about 1/2hr as we stood around outside wishing we would just leave. Finally we did! Yayyyyyy. Cute kids, lots of farm animals, interesting tour (when we were actually shown stuff so the high stars are for the coffee shop and the tour is 2-3*).
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