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David Lee

The Colorful Pueblo of Guatape


The people living in Colombia's big cities, including Bogota, Medellin and Cali love to get away from their concrete jungles whenever possible.

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  • David Lee
    David Lee says #
    Hi Yulis. To get the bus to Guatape, you'll want to go to the Terminal del Norte (northern bus terminal). It's connected by a bri...
  • Andres
    Andres says #
    Hi Yulis u take the bus on the Terminal del Norte.. ( u can arrive in metro to the terminal. ) after take the bus with SOTRAPEÑOL ...

Horseback Riding, Colombian Style

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    j says #
    Smiley, Check out Hotel Paso Fino outside of Cartagena. Ask them and them might be able to set you up with a multi day tour.. it...
  • David Lee
    David Lee says #
    Hi Smiely, Horseback riding is generally quite cheap in Colombia, but I can't recall exact costs. I haven't heard about any multi...

Couchsurfing in Bogota

My first impressions of Bogota, and Colombia, were shattered when Laura opened the door to her apartment.

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7 Essential Tips for Partying in Colombia


The nightlife in Medellin is one of the city's strengths, and a major reason why I decided to live there for a year and a half. Colombians love to party, yet walking into a typical discoteca (club) can be a little confusing for Western tourists visiting the country for the first time.

The good news is the locals are generally quite friendly, especially after a few hours of drinking rum and Aguardiente.

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