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Independence Day on La Plaza del Chorro

Here are a few scenes from the celebration of Colombia's independence day, the 20 de Julio, on La Plaza del Chorro, in the historical La Candelaria neighborhood.

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    Adam W says #
    looks like a lot of fun, thanks for sharing ...

One Cup too Many in the Eje Cafetero

The insistant humming birds stay just out of reach, their hyperactivity seems at odds with the tranquil environs, but, this is not a surprise, we are in the Eje Cafetero and there is a seemingly effortless efficiency about life here.

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    Oscar Farfan says #
    I will like to visit el eje cafetero, looks real nice !!!!!

Learning Salsa in Colombia

Learning to dance salsa was the last thing on my mind when I arrived in Colombia. I'd taken lessons at a studio in Washington, DC a few years earlier, but I was far too shy to start asking strange women to dance outside of the classroom.

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    Edgar RODRIGUEZ says #
    Hello there I use to live in the US and frequently go out for Salsa dancing. There I learned that americans are not bad dancers, ...

A Brief Introduction to Colombian Music

Music is central to the Colombian experience. It’s in the blood of every person from here, and you won’t be able to escape hearing the blaring beats of reggaeton or the swinging sound of salsa as you wander the Streets, take a bus or even a taxi.

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    Richard says #
    Excellent summary of Colombian music. Expect to hear music everywhere in Colombia....and played super loud!

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