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Must Try Foods on the Caribbean Coast


Colombia is a diverse country in every sense of the word, and the food in Colombia is no exception to this diversity. Like most things in Colombia, food is very regional—meaning, you will likely encounter very different “traditional” food as you travel to different regions of the country. Having lived almost two years on the Caribbean Coast of Colombia, I’ve come to discover some really amazing foods that any traveler should seek out in this region.

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Bogotá's Popular Pigeons


Wander onto almost any Bogotá plaza and you'll be struck by the multitude of pigeons. Love 'em or hate 'em - and lots of people do hate them - you can't miss them.

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Why I love Colombian supermarkets


Our very first day in South America, in Buenos Aires, Argentina, my sister and I made a grocery list and walked to the market down the street, only to find that the first 3 items on our list—peanut butter, oatmeal and plain yogurt—were nowhere to be found. Instead they had an entire aisle devoted to dulce de leche and about a thousand varieties of pasta and crackers. Living outside of the U.S. makes you realize that supermarkets vary wildly by region; personally, I strongly prefer the supermarkets in Colombia over those in the rest of South America.

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  • Eva Laura Siegel
    Eva Laura Siegel says #
    Sharon- Salento is BEAUTIFUL, I was just there a couple of weeks ago. In general I felt very safe in the Eje Cafetero (the region ...
  • Sharon
    Sharon says #
    Will I feel safe visiting Salento, Columbia? And does Salento also have the beautiful Supermarkets as you have shown?

The Bookstores of Central Bogotá


With the annual bookfair going on in Corferias, I decided to tour the bookstores of central Bogotá, where you don't have to pay admission, can hang out as long as you like, and can pick up hours of entertainment or a piece of immortal literature for less than the cost of a beer in La Zona Rosa.

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