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Kristin Radermacher

Originally from Minnesota, I moved to Colombia in August 2009, three months after my college graduation from the University of Wisconsin - La Crosse, to pursue a career in teaching.

I currently teach 8th grade math at a bilingual American school in the city of Cali. Outside of the classroom, I love to travel and I am busy taking every opportunity to experience more of Cali, other parts of Colombia, and South America in general.

In addition to this, I enjoy reading, blogging, exercise, watching baseball, yoga and a good Juan Valdez coffee.


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The Best Beaches in Colombia

Bordered by the Pacific Ocean, Caribbean Sea, Amazon River, and full of countless other rivers, lakes and streams, Colombia has no shortage of places to get your feet wet. Mostly I love a good adventure vacation where I can raft down a river, swim in the Amazon, kayak on the Pacific Ocean or go caving. However, every once in awhile you just need a good beach vacation. Unfortunately short of leaving the mainland for San Andres Island, the beaches in Colombia leave something to be desired. Many of the public beaches get quite dirty, some of them filling with trash due to the tides, and even the nice ones are full of people trying to sell you something at any given moment. Not exactly relaxing.

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  • Kristin
    Kristin says #
    Hi Lyda - I recommend talking with a company named Aviatur. They have offices all over Colombia and are a well-run tourism agency....
  • Lyda
    Lyda says #
    Great advice. I will be going to the arrecifes area in a month and have been trying to find a phone number for finca el paraiso wi...

Make the Most of a Weekend in Salento

Right in the heart of Colombia’s Eje Cafetero (Coffee Axel) there is a highway, which runs between the cities of Pereira and Armenia. Each lovely in their own right, the real gem of this region comes when you deviate from this road and dip down into the pleasant mountain town of Salento.

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  • Tony Thumption
    Tony Thumption says #
    hi, so nice post.. Camere Salento
  • Ana Aponte
    Ana Aponte says #
    OMG I love this post about Salento. I Had the opportunity to go there couple of years ago unfortunately just a couple of hours but...

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