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  • Avianca Airport Lounge Review: Sala VIP Bogota, Colombia @traveladeptcom
    2015.06.27 —   In a recent transatlantic flight we enjoyed the opportunity to pass the time beforehand in the new El Dorado Airport. Everything is majestic and sharp and the Avianca Lounge equally so. In terms of layout, food options and connectivity it is a ...
  • Marriage Visa: How to Get a TP-10 Visa in Colombia @rtwdave
    2015.06.25 — The following is a guest post??by??Lisa Maria Gyldenlund Mikkelsen. Applying and obtaining a marriage visa in Colombia is a document-intensive process that requires careful planning. In this blog post, I’ll walk you through the steps that I too ...
  • The Lost City Trek, Colombia: All You Need to Know @umarket
    2015.06.24 — By Audrey ScottWe were out of breath, having just climbed 1,200 stone steps when Celso, our indigenous guide, called for us to join him around a group of stones arranged in a circle in a clearing. In the middle of the circle stood another square ston ...
  • 15 Flavorful Fruits of Colombia @rtwdave
    2015.06.23 — The following is a guest post by Jennifer Casta??o. Through my travels, one of my favorite ways to explore any city has been via food and markets. The markets are a place where you can learn the most about locals, culture, their daily habits and diet ...
  • Review of the new El Dorado International Airport: Bogota, Colombia @traveladeptcom
    2015.06.23 —   We recently flew through Bogota: Latin America’s 3rd busiest airport and one of the top 100 busiest in the world. To say the airport has improved would be an understatement, it has been reincarnated and this time looks much more like the ...
  • A Week of Boutique – The best things to do in Cartagena Colombia Two Monkeys Travel
    2015.06.22 — We arrived in Cartagena Colombia at about four in the morning, gently chugging our way into the Boca Grande harbour, dozing half asleep in our beds to the deep throbbing of an old diesel engine. We had been five days at sea, crossing the Mediterranea ...
  • Colombia: Rum Country? @BananaSkinGirl
    2015.06.21 — A few years ago I was sent to Geneva to write an article and there isn’t an awful lot to do in Geneva, so I ended up in a chocolatier’s workshop, stuffing my face. The elderly chocolatier wore a grey three-piece suit and carried a large g ...
  • Food Vendors in Medellin, Colombia @Marinavillatoro
    2015.06.21 — Travel Experta - Specializing in Unique International Family Travel - Helping Families Get the Most of Their International Travels with Kids One of my favorite things to seek out and try while visiting any country are the street vendors selling food. ...
  • Bandeja: The Massive Colombian Meal @livingdreamrtw
    2015.06.17 — If you’re traveling to Colombia, odds are at some point you will encounter the traditional Colombian meal called bandeja. This meal has many different variations across the country and almost every restaurant has its own take on it with varying ...
  • El Negro Comanche: Bogota’s ??ero from Cali @richardmccoll
    2015.06.17 — The first I heard of Comanche was when I passed the Camara de Comercio building in Chapinero and saw a … Continue reading » The post El Negro Comanche: Bogota’s ??ero from Cali appeared first on Richard McColl.
  • San Blas Sailing – Panama to Cartagena via the San Blas Islands Two Monkeys Travel
    2015.06.16 — There’s a very good reason why??we decided go on a San Blas sailing trip – For anyone looking to travel from Central to South America via the Pan American Highway will ultimately run into the same barrier – The Darien Gap, a huge ar ...
  • Travel to Colombia: First Impressions @umarket
    2015.06.15 — By Audrey ScottCall it my imagination. While I looked forward to our visit to Colombia, I harbored the occasional image of thuggy bush-mustached Colombian narco-gangsters and aggressive gold cap-toothed street thieves shaking me down in the back shad ...
  • A True Colombia Moment: Gachal?? @richardmccoll
    2015.06.14 — All too often my writing becomes a diatribe against injustices or perceived wrongs in Colombia from my point of view, … Continue reading » The post A True Colombia Moment: Gachal?? appeared first on Richard McColl.
  • La Candelaria v Chapinero, Bogota @twoscotsabroad
    2015.06.13 — The hostels in Bogota, Colombia, tend to be found in two very cool areas of the capital city. This article, La Candelaria v Chapinero, Bogota??is going to detail what both areas have to offer. Chapinero Accomodation The red-bricked houses of Chapiner ...
  • The Magical World of Gabriel Garcia M??rquez – Aracataca, Colombia @TransAmericas
    2015.06.12 — Images, video and other formating may not be properly displayed in this RSS feed/email. Please view this post on our Trans-Americas Journey blog to view the post as it was intended - The Magical World of Gabriel Garcia M??rquez – Aracataca, Col ...
  • 10 Things Every Gringo Learns When They Move to Colombia @seecolombia
    2015.06.12 — 1. That it’s not as scary as you were told Before you leave for Colombia you’ll undoubtedly be told by parents, uncles, friends and even people you don’t even really know that Colombia should be avoided. It’s a jungle out th ...
  • A Virtual Tour of Guatape Colombia – Photos @Marinavillatoro
    2015.06.12 — Travel Experta - Specializing in Unique International Family Travel - Helping Families Get the Most of Their International Travels with Kids One of the top day trips to take from Medellin is to visit Guatepe Village.?? Guatepe is called the Switzerla ...
  • Monteria Colombia Airport Review @traveladeptcom
    2015.06.11 —   Our travels in and around Colombia have taken us through the Northern Caribbean department of Cordova on several occasions. The main city of this department is Monteria. A big city surrounded by lush tropical pastures and a tradition of cattle ...
  • We’re Not in Kansas Anymore: A Colombian Story of Return @rtwdave
    2015.06.10 — Monica Restrepo and I are uncontrollably close. She, daughter of my father’s brother-yes, my cousin- was born just nine months before me back in the 90s. She taught me how to climb stairs, we went through puberty rites together, approved of eac ...
  • Cartagena / Balade 100% photos @VoyagesLVNP
    2015.06.07 — Loin d’en avoir fait le tour, ayant pass?? trop peu de temps dans la magnifique Cartagena lors de mon voyage en Colombie, voici tout... Cet article Cartagena / Balade 100% photos est apparu en premier sur Les vents nous portent.

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