It's called Balbanera Church, originally built in the 1500's.
Afterwards, he came onto the train and greeted everyone. (We didn't get a picture of that.)
One of the legs of the Train travel was the stretch known as the Devil's Nose. It's famous. A real engineering feat. The track zigzags down several meters. The views are spectacular.
The following pics are some miscellaneous ones from the train trip.
An opened cocao pod below. As we headed down to the Coast, the scenery and temperatures changed. The lower the altitude, the warmer the temp.
Different crops, too: sugarcane, bananas, cocoa, coffee and more.
Now to the Coast!