We took a trip to Nicaragua last week to visit the orphanage that we support, visit a coffee farm, and to see the farm that the orphanage is now running to grow their own food. It was a great trip! I had one goal while I was there…get a coconut paleta from one of the ice pop carts! I managed to stop this guy and he let me take my picture with him. The pop was delicious on an extremely hot day, and cost less than a dollar.
Sadly, there are no hand made pops available there, only mass produced by the company called Eskimo, but I was still glad I got to have one from the original place I saw ice pop carts!
So the local channel 12 news pursued interviewing Justin and I about the mission of Carabello Coffee. It was this morning at 9:30 to be aired on Sunday morning at 6a.m. But, he woke up with a fever and couldn’t go! So, I had to go alone! I don’t really like being on camera, but I knew we couldn’t leave the poor guy hanging. So, I did the segment and it went pretty well! They will be showing part of our video on it. I am most excited about that. Have you seen our video? Here is a link. https://vimeo.com/106376920
As a part of Carabello Coffee, Bello’s Bike Pops can only benefit positively from the free coverage!