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  • Dangerous Beauty – Los Nevados National Park & Ruiz Volcano, Colombia @TransAmericas
    2016.05.26 — 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 - Dangerous Beauty – Los Nevados National Park & Ruiz Volc ...
  • Salento and the Cocora Valley (Colombia) – a photo essay @bigtravelnut
    2016.05.24 — You’ve probably heard of Cartagena, Bogot??, and possibly Medellin, but today I want to show you one of my favourite corners of Colombia: Salento and the Cocora Valley, located within the Zona Cafetera, which produces a sizeable portion of the ...
  • Flying Over a National Park – Chicamocha Canyon, Colombia @TransAmericas
    2016.05.19 — 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 - Flying Over a National Park – Chicamocha Canyon, Colombia The ...
  • Travel Video of the Week: 6 Colombian Street Foods for Under $5 @johnnyjet
    2016.05.17 — In this video, an American traveler named Zach Morris goes around a street fair in Tunja, Colombia, to find out what he can get for $5 US. He ends up getting six different Colombian foods (lechona, bunuelos, cuajada, masato, arepa de chocolo, and ma ...
  • Six things nobody tells you about Colombia’s Totumo Mud Volcano @glbetrottergrls
    2016.05.17 — If you find yourself in Cartagena, chances are that you’ll come across posters advertising the Totumo Mud Volcano. It’s sort of a rite of passage in Cartagena – if you come here, you’ll visit the volcano. So obviously, I signe ...
  • the Colombian Conflict: Focus on the Macarena @richardmccoll
    2016.05.17 — There is only so much that I can share about this return to the Macarena. It was an academic trip, not journalistic, and thus perhaps the most interesting details will remain unwritten, but fear not, there is still plenty to consider. I was here in 2 ...
  • Colpatria Rentapremium – the Best Savings Account in Colombia @rtwdave
    2016.05.17 — The Colpatria Rentapremium account is arguably the best savings account in Colombia. The savings account pays a decent interest rate, which is higher than the other banks in Colombia and is much higher than savings account interest rates in the US. T ...
  • Yellow Fever in Colombia: Free Vaccination in Bogota! @SitDownDisco
    2016.05.15 — One of the problems with travelling in South America is the number of vaccinations that you should get before you go. There are so many diseases which are endemic to many South American countries that it really is wise to see a doctor before you trav ...
  • Cartagena Old Town is a Photographer’s Dream @aswesawit
    2016.05.13 — Beautiful, mysterious, and unique, Cartagena’s Old Town has no trouble getting attention. Its narrow streets and gorgeous architecture have made it one of Latin America’s most coveted and popular destinations. I first heard about Cartagen ...
  • The Accordionists of Valledupar: a Colombia Photo Gallery @seecolombia
    2016.05.10 —   The northern Colombian city of Valledupar is famous for a few things and, although not especially well-known by travelers to Colombia, is especially iconic for it’s status as the birthplace and spiritual home of??vallenato??music, a trad ...
  • Celebrate! Colombia Calling Hits New Heights @richardmccoll
    2016.05.08 — Some weeks ago, I wrote about how happy and satisfied I was with my niche market podcast Colombia Calling radio, but, I have to share the incredible news. My podcast magazine about and for Colombia is making waves. On the strength of excellent interv ...
  • Panama to Colombia: Crossing the Darien Gap @aswesawit
    2016.05.03 — If you are entertaining any fantasies of driving an epic road trip on the highway from Alaska to the tip of South America, be prepared when you get to Panama. You can’t drive to Colombia from there. “Are you serious? You really can’ ...
  • Panama to Colombia: Crossing the Darien Gap on Foot @aswesawit
    2016.05.03 — Question: How can you drive from Alaska to Argentina? Answer: You can’t. “Are you serious? You really can’t drive to Colombia? But it’s right next door!” Yes, we’re serious. Sure, it’s true that the Pan-Ameri ...
  • Portuguese Food, Complicated Colombia, and a Ghost Town in Patagonia @booklocker
    2016.05.02 — A new month is here and it’s time for the latest issue of Perceptive Travel, featuring some of the best stories on the web from wandering book authors. You can get straight to the issue page here: online travel magazine. Tom Swick was a fell ...
  • My Next Trip Back to Colombia @healthyvoyager
    2016.05.02 — You may or may not know that I’m half Colombian, born in Bogota, fluent in Spanish and super proud of my heritage. From my name and my look, many folks are surprised to hear of my background but I’m super happy to fill them in! In fact, u ...
  • Photo Essay: How to Make Panela, Colombia’s Sweet Obsession @TransAmericas
    2016.05.01 — 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 - Photo Essay: How to Make Panela, Colombia’s Sweet Obsession T ...
  • Guatavita, Colombia: A visual essay @dd_traveller
    2016.05.01 — A short while ago, we wrote a post about how we’re lucky enough to have day jobs that sometimes take us hopping around the world. This time around, we were lucky enough to visit quaint little Guatavita – a small town nestled in the Andes, ...
  • The Culture, Grit & Graffiti of Colombia’s Medellin @weblogtheworld
    2016.04.30 — My mind is still reeling from my recent trip to Colombia??– so much creativity and so much color. If you didn’t get a chance to check out my Fashion Guide to Medell??n, I highly recommend giving it a glance. There are so many talented loc ...
  • Mountain Mecca – Mongu??, Colombia @TransAmericas
    2016.04.26 — 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 - Mountain Mecca – Mongu??, Colombia The drive to the Andean to ...
  • Medell??n vs Pereira: Two Cities of Eternal Spring in Colombia @rtwdave
    2016.04.26 — Medell??n gets all the press but Colombia actually has two cities of eternal spring and the much smaller Pereira is actually a very viable place to live with a similar climate. We compare these two cities in this Medell??n vs Pereira comparison. I ha ...

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