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  • 4 Amazing Day Trips From Medellin, Colombia @JessonaJourney
    2015.01.24 — 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 ...
  • The Pressure is on as A.A.Gill Visits Bogota @richardmccoll
    2015.01.23 — “I feel a distinct pressure on me to choose the right restaurants,” I say as I address this newcomer to … Continue reading » The post The Pressure is on as A.A.Gill Visits Bogota appeared first on Richard McColl.
  • 3 Amazing Day Trips From Cartagena, Colombia @JessonaJourney
    2015.01.22 — When I saw flights to Cartagena on JetBlue for $400 roundtrip from NYC’s JFK, I immediately booked. To be honest, I didn’t know much about the city; however, when backpacking South America two years ago for three months, I ran out of time ...
  • Top 10 Colombian Travel Destinations for 2015 – Part 2 @seecolombia
    2015.01.21 —   Part 1 of this Top 10 can be found here. Still wondering where to visit in Colombia during 2015? Been to the normal places (or just keen to avoid the crowds)? Want to explore some parts of Colombia that are under-visited, fascinating and beaut ...
  • Homemade Sancocho in Bogota Colombia @weblogtheworld
    2015.01.21 — Recently in Bogota Colombia, I took a cooking class, where my friends and I learned to make a special Colombian dish: Sancocho. The class was taught in Spanish by a woman named Do??a Elsa, and it was a privilege to get to cook with her in her home. ...
  • Medellin Walkabouts @TravelingBytes
    2015.01.20 — Six weeks ago we landed in Medellin. Following the steps of other first-time visitors of the city of eternal spring, we settled in El Poblado. Frankly, we did not have many options at the time of booking. Been unfamiliar with the city, followin ...
  • Photo Journal: Lake Views From Colombia’s Piedra del Pe??ol @tripheros
    2015.01.20 — This photo was taken in Colombia, after climbing El Pe??ol, a 740-step monolith in Guatape. It was a great experience, especially as I was taking a break from traveling solo and having some adventures with friends (including the lovely S ...
  • Photo Journal: Lake Views From Colombia’s Piedra del Pe??ol @JessonaJourney
    2015.01.20 — Photo courtesy of Jessica Festa This photo was taken in Colombia, after climbing El Pe??ol, a 740-step monolith in Guatape. It was a great experience, especially as I was taking a break from traveling solo and having some adventures with friends (inc ...
  • Dancing to the Rhythm of Caribbean Folklore: A Not-to-Miss Party in Colombia @huffposttravel
    2015.01.15 — I'm sitting in the terrace of a nice dessert restaurant in my hometown Barranquilla. It's five in the afternoon and the breeze is cool and soft. My short hair plays in different shapes and the sun begins to set. As I admire the sky changing colors I ...
  • Colombia Photo Gallery: Momp??s and the Magdalena @seecolombia
    2015.01.15 —   There’s not really a lot to??do??in Momp??s, that’s the beauty of the place really. Wake up early, enjoy the town in the cool of the early morning, breakfast, a bit more strolling around, retire to a hammock for a few hours at midd ...
  • Street Art in Medellin, Part 1 @TravelingBytes
    2015.01.14 —   The post Street Art in Medellin, Part 1 appeared first on Traveling??Bytes.
  • Hasta la vista, Colombia! @greenhrttravel
    2015.01.13 — The air is brisk and the silhouettes of the mountains are majestic??at 5:00 am??in Bogota. Looking at them in the distance feels like what Colombia has felt like my entire life. A fuzzy outline of an unrealized dream that I could never make out. Alwa ...
  • 2015: The Year of the “Colombia Moment” @richardmccoll
    2015.01.13 — All too routinely when I make mention of having experienced a “Colombia Moment” on these pages or in conversation it … Continue reading » The post 2015: The Year of the “Colombia Moment” appeared first on Richard McColl.
  • Flamingos in La Guajira, Colombia @seecolombia
    2015.01.13 — We’ve written before about the many surreal locations that you can visit on a trip to Colombia: eerie prison islands battered by the waves of the Pacific, lost colonial gems on the Magdalena River, rivers running red through the jungle…an ...
  • Buying a Lechona, Typical Colombian Food for Parties @rtwdave
    2015.01.13 — Our lechona for New Years For New Year’s this year, I had the opportunity to buy a lechona (suckling piglet) for a party at my apartment. My Colombian girlfriend invited her family over on December 31st to bring in the New Year. So this meant t ...
  • Our visit to Cartagena, Colombia @travelwith2ofus
    2015.01.12 — Our short visit to Cartagena, Colombia. We took the Chiva rumba bus through city of Cartagena de Indias, saw Manga, Pie de la Popa, Bocagrande, and Castillo Grande, danced to the rhythm of a live band, visited an emerald mine, saw some beautiful wild ...
  • Pack for 10 Days in Whistler, British Colombia, Canada @teamwiking
    2015.01.08 — 1. Warm Cap / 2. Patterned Scarf (similar) / 3. Nice Gloves / 4. Neutral Lipstick / 5. Stylish Shades / 6. Convertible Backpack / 7. White Tee / 8. Jersey Tee??/ 9. Nice Blouse / 10. Big Turtleneck / 11. Down Vest / 12. Dressy ...
  • Medellin Botanical Garden @TravelingBytes
    2015.01.07 — Botanical gardens have a long history. In Europe, they date back to ancient Greece. In Americas, the Aztecs, whose empire was established in what is now Mexico in about 1100A.D., created botanical gardens that served as centers of research and ...
  • Goodbye Colombia @greenhrttravel
    2015.01.06 — I cannot believe that it is already January and the beginning of a whole new year! I slacked off big time on posting towards the end of my time in Colombia. As of today, I have been back in the States for 2 and a half weeks! It’s strange to hav ...

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