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  • Polaroid of the week: Tayrona National Park, Colombia @glbetrottergrls
    2016.02.07 — While this post ??is going live, I am deep in the Colombian jungle, halfway through my 5-day trek to the Ciudad Perdida, Colombia’s Lost City, trying not to get eaten alive by snakes and spiders. The past week has been fairly quiet – I re ...
  • How to Obtain a Cedula Extranjeria in Colombia @rtwdave
    2016.02.05 — Due to several requests from readers we now look at how to obtain a Cedula Extranjeria in Colombia. We have previously looked at several different Colombian visas on this site. After you have received one of the many visas Colombia offers you will ha ...
  • 8 Things Pablo Escobar didn't want you to know about Colombia @huffposttravel
    2016.02.01 — My whole life I grew up hearing about the feuding drug cartels and cocaine trade of Colombia. I had the fear of God put in me by my mother to never go there and that it was too dangerous, especially for a single girl to travel around. To be honest ...
  • Cartagena Old City photo essay @travelingted
    2016.02.01 — Within a short time of arriving in Cartagena, I realized it was one of the most beautiful cities I have ever visited. I would not say it is more fantastic than Paris or Prague, but it is definitely on par or close to par. The city reminds me of??mixt ...
  • Polaroid of the week: Mountain views from a giant hammock in Minca, Colombia @glbetrottergrls
    2016.01.30 — After checking out some of Colombia’s fabulous Caribbean beaches, it was time for a break from the heat. We had heard lovely stories about a nearby mountain village in the Sierra Nevada, which promised coffee plantations (a huge draw for two co ...
  • Ciudad Perdida: A Guide to the Lost City of Colombia @gomadnomad
    2016.01.30 —   A Brief History of??Ciudad Perdida The journey from El Mamey to the Lost City is an experience that is likely to live with you forever, as you stride out along the slopes of the Sierra Nevada Mountains and allow your surroundings to transport ...
  • How to Obtain a Resident Visa in Colombia @rtwdave
    2016.01.29 — This website has previously looked at several temporary visas for Colombia and due to several reader requests we now look at how to obtain a resident visa (RE visa) in Colombia. The resident visa is intended for foreigners who wish to live full-time ...
  • Polaroid of the week: Beach bliss in Palomino, Colombia @glbetrottergrls
    2016.01.24 — As you can see, I was jumping with joy this week when I finally arrived at the beach! I admit, it’s not my best jumping photo, but I tried It was probably right then when I was jumping around, frolicking in the sand when my bungalow in Palomin ...
  • Colombia bird photo essay @travelingted
    2016.01.23 — Colombia owns the distinction of having the highest number of bird species of any other country with an astonishing total of 1,871. This was a major draw for me to visit, and although I did not see them all, I did see a decent number since I visited ...
  • Colombian Dentists Bite Into Dental Travel Trend @WanderingEds
    2016.01.22 — Categories: Best OfTravelingImage: On a recent trip to Barranquilla, Colombia, I discovered that dental travel has been a trend for some time. ??Dental travel is where travelers choose to vacation outside of the United States and obtain den ...
  • Where to Eat in Bogota?? @huffposttravel
    2016.01.20 — Photo: Courtesy of Baita An increasingly diverse crowd of chefs is rapidly expanding the Colombian capital's culinary repertoire. Most of the action is concentrated in one neighborhood--Zona G (for Gourmet), which makes a culinary long weekend enti ...
  • Inflation Hit a Seven-Year High in Colombia in 2015 @rtwdave
    2016.01.20 — Inflation in Colombia in 2015 was 6.77%, which is the highest it has been in the country in seven years. In 2008, inflation was 7.67% in Colombia and in 2014 inflation was only 3.66% in the country. Inflation in Colombia is now above the 2-4% target ...
  • INTERACTIVE COLOMBIA QUIZ – The Ultimate Gabriel Garc??a M??rquez Quiz @seecolombia
    2016.01.19 — Make sure to take our other??Colombia Quizzes to test your Colombia knowledge: Personality Quiz: Which Iconic Colombian Are You? Name that Colombian Fruit!
  • “How To Colombia” – Go Tubing in Palomino @seecolombia
    2016.01.18 —   Palomino is fast becoming one of Colombia’s must-visit spots for visitors to the Caribbean coast: the small, beachside town offers good quality hostels, a long, palm-fringed beach, a variety of restaurants, and unparalleled access to bot ...
  • Polaroid of the week: Colorful Cartagena, Colombia @glbetrottergrls
    2016.01.16 — I made it to Colombia! I can’t believe that after all these years, I’m finally here. To give you a bit more background: when I (we) started traveling in 2010, I started in the U.S. and made my way south through Mexico and Central America. ...
  • The Best of Cartagena/Spain @lilygogo
    2016.01.14 — Cartagena, located on the southern end of Spain’s Costa Blanca, is a captivating mixture. Thousands of years of very exciting history, are embedded in a lively, modern city. Whether you arrive by car, coach or train, your eyes are immediately d ...
  • Native English Teachers needed in Colombia South America @True_Travellers
    2016.01.14 — We are looking for teachers to teach kids, teens and adults in the folowing cities: Bogota, Villavicencio, Santa Marta, Armenia, Manizales, Cucuta, Barrancabermeja, Barranquilla, and other cities. We provide assistance with visa and accommodation and ...
  • Protests in Bogota and more to come @richardmccoll
    2016.01.13 — January 13 and I have only been back in Bogot?? for under a week before seeing my first protest march … Continue reading » The post Protests in Bogota and more to come appeared first on Richard McColl.
  • Renewing your US passport in Bogota, Colombia @oneweirdglobe
    2016.01.13 — Once a decade, an event comes along that you can’t miss… No, really, you can’t miss it. So many problems if you do. Despite the typical bureaucracy found in most embassies, I’m happy to report things are straightforward for t ...

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