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  • Cartagena Hotel Guide: Sleeping in Colombia’s Sexiest City – Cartagena, Colombia @TransAmericas
    2015.03.26 — 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 - Cartagena Hotel Guide: Sleeping in Colombia’s Sexiest City &# ...
  • I Was on My Way to China, Got Stuck in Colombia, and Ended Up in Israel @travelfreak_
    2015.03.26 — Nope, nothing ever works out the way it’s supposed to. By the time last December had rolled around, I was facing a major life decision. I had??been offered what was, in essence, my dream job, but I had also grown increasingly weary of?? ...
  • 10 Things To Do in Cartagena @huffposttravel
    2015.03.26 — Your next vacation is in Cartagena! Wonderful, that's great! Now, before you visit, you should take note of some useful things to know about the city. Here's a quick video my partners at Hayo, Sean and Steve put together during their visit. It give ...
  • Top 5 Colombian Coastal Foods @seecolombia
    2015.03.25 —   I recently spent some time in the tiny Pacific jungle village of San Cipriano in Valle del Cauca; it might not be quite on the coast, but the menus are dominated by Pacific coast seafood, as the closest major settlement is the coastal city of ...
  • Transforming Lives Through Teaching in Colombia @WanderingEds
    2015.03.24 — ShareThisColombia is home to beautiful and diverse landscapes... from archaeological ruins and cobble-stoned streets to Andean peaks…. from the Amazon jungle to the Caribbean coast. In addition to the aesthetic charm of this country, Colombia ...
  • Cartagena's Top 12 Experiences @huffposttravel
    2015.03.23 — Cartagena's days as a Spanish colonial port on the Caribbean Sea left it with a romantic walled town and fortifications that have World Heritage Site status. But this Colombian city of almost a million people, which won a spot on Fodor's 2014 Go List ...
  • From Colombia to Costa Brava: Introducing a new sketching adventure. @candacerardon
    2015.03.20 — If sketching the mural in Athens taught me anything, it’s that new ideas do indeed have a way of stretching our minds, just as windows are opened to the coming of spring. The post From Colombia to Costa Brava: Introducing a new sketching advent ...
  • Colombia Photo Gallery: Amazon Jungle Animals! @seecolombia
    2015.03.20 —   As I’m off on a little weekend jaunt to the Pacific coast jungles of Valle del Cauca this weekend, I though I would share with you all some of my best photos of the incredibly diverse selection of wildlife that can be found in the jungle ...
  • Minca: Colombia’s Caribbean Mountain Idyll @seecolombia
    2015.03.17 —   When most people think of Colombia’s Caribbean coast, they picture white sand beaches, palm trees and pelicans…and they’re totally right…it is all of those things. However, less than an hour from the gateway to Tayrona ...
  • Paragliding and Rock Climbing in Medellin, Colombia @travelfreak_
    2015.03.15 — Deep into the??hills which overlook??the red-brick city of Medellin, Colombia, we soared high above??the sweeping green pastures and miniature hamlets surrounding the village??of San Felix. Small pueblos, livestock, and serrated??hills swirle ...
  • Is It Safe For Your Parents to Visit Colombia? @seecolombia
    2015.03.12 —   Following on from yesterday’s post about where to take your parents when they visit Colombia, I though a post aiming to allay any fears they might have of visiting one of the world’s most misunderstood countries??was called for. Su ...
  • Colombia with Parents: Where to Go @seecolombia
    2015.03.11 —   My parents, like many people’s I imagine, were initially a little apprehensive about me moving to Colombia; after all, as we’re trying so hard to alter here at the Colombia Travel Blog, negative perceptions about the country still ...
  • Colombia Photo Gallery: Popayan @seecolombia
    2015.03.09 —   Popayan is well-known in Colombia for it’s gorgeous colonial architecture, UNESCO-recognized gastronomic culture, and it’s famous Easter celebrations. The capital of Cauca department is a small city, with less than 300,000 resident ...
  • The Glory of the Unpretentious Bogota Eatery @richardmccoll
    2015.03.07 — While guidebooks and fluff websites expound Bogot??’s growth, cosmopolitan atmosphere and the city’s now ample variety of international restaurants, bistros, … Continue reading » The post The Glory of the Unpretentious Bogota E ...
  • The Beauty of Bourbon – Cartagena, Colombia @TransAmericas
    2015.03.02 — 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 Beauty of Bourbon – Cartagena, Colombia After nearly eigh ...
  • Colombian Humor: A Particular View of Everyday Life @rtwdave
    2015.03.02 — We’ve all been there: close circle of friends, someone makes a joke, everyone laughs. Except…someone didn’t get it. This was somewhat the case for me growing up. Except I felt that way in my home. My parents watched Colombian stand- ...
  • Our Latest Work: Eating & Drinking in Colombia, Ecuador’s Last Iceman & Luxury Comfort Food @TransAmericas
    2015.02.28 — 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 - Our Latest Work: Eating & Drinking in Colombia, Ecuador’ ...
  • The tales of two colonial towns in Colombia: Cartagena vs Momp??x @gomadnomad
    2015.02.25 — Cartagena A walk back in time Founded in 1533 by Spanish commander Pedro de Heredia, Cartagena de Indias was named after Cartagena, Spain, where most of his sailors were from. The town experienced an exponential growth due to its strategic location o ...
  • A Visit to Las Lajas: Colombia’s Most Iconic Church @seecolombia
    2015.02.24 —   Let’s get this out of the way now; yes, Colombia has a lot of churches…it’s a Catholic country, so there’s no shortage. And yes, some might say that other Colombian churches are more iconic that Las Lajas Sanctuary in N ...
  • The Adventure & Cultural Guide In & Around Medellin Colombia @weblogtheworld
    2015.02.24 — Once touted as the world’s most dangerous city, Colombia‘s Medellin today is one travelers from all over the world can appreciate. That being said, what attracted me most to the city was its nearby experiences. From hiking to paragliding ...

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