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Mompox – A trip into Colombia’s Heartland – Saints, Sinners and Masons

“As they sailed down to the coast the river had grown more vast and solemn, like a swamp with no beginning or end, and the heat was so dense you could touch it with your hands.”

Gabriel Garcia Marquez – The General in His Labyrinth.

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    Michael Ireton says #
    A delightful read which brings back wonderful memories of our recent stay at Richard's fantastic place in Mompos and really captu...

Welcome to the Coolest 'Hood' in Colombia - Getsemani

People are finally catching on to the barrio that This Is Cartagena calls home.

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    Makes me wish I was there now!
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    Vini Brasil says #
    Te quiero Getsemaní. La mejor parte de la ciudad ...

Ciudad Perdida

La Ciudad Perdida is a five-day hike in the Colombian jungle. A few summers ago, three friends were coming to visit me and I convinced them that this trek was something we needed to do together. They went for it and so, in addition to visiting Cartagena and Taganga, I made arrangements for us to trek to the "The Lost City" in the Sierra Nevadas of Santa Marta.

Colombian Gastronomy on Wheels

Have you ever heard of Diego Moreno? Turns out he's a guy from Bogotá who is travelling around South America by bike in order to learn more about the gastronomy of Latin American countries, starting and ending in Colombia, and based on the origin, variety, cultivation, use, selection and preparation of food, dining preferences, eating habits, ceremonies and rituals.

 

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    Diana says #
    Hi! Thanks for your comment. You are absolutely right about the rain. Hopefully he'll have good weather for most of his trip. Not ...
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    Jameson Blake says #
    This is just! It sounds like a dream biking and eating good food. What could go wrong... the only thing I know that ruins both of ...

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