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Hilarious Colombian Hand Gestures

Is this person calling me an idiot or saying that the bus is full? Are they blowing me a kiss or pointing to the restaurant across the street? This one minute video on hilarious Colombian hand gestures will help any traveler slip smoothly into Colombian culture, making the locals jaws drop in the process.

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  • Dissect The Planet
    Dissect The Planet says #
    Awesome slide show. We are preparing an extended trip to Colombia and I am going to bookmark your video and share it with my Colo...

Empanadas de Cambray

I think it's happened to all of us: you bite into something expecting sweet, and instead you get a mouthful of saltiness. Or vice versa: you want salty and instead you get an unexpected, unwelcome sugar rush.

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  • Dale
    Dale says #
    Can you freeze before baking? Can I fill with veggies and or meat?
  • Dissect The Planet
    Dissect The Planet says #
    There is something to say about single ingredients and the value they play in taste and cuisine, but there are those few recipes t...

Healthy Street food on Bogotá’s Ciclovía

Bogotá’s Ciclovía is the weekly event when dozens of city streets are closed off and people take over mile upon mile of open roads for biking, skating, jogging and walking. It's a rare and amazing event which many cities have tried to copy. Why wouldn’t they? It’s such a good idea and without a doubt one of the best ways to get to know and enjoy a city like Bogotá that is normally overrun with cars and traffic. Plus, you can eat everything along the way and get a taste of some of Colombia’s healthiest street food. Here is just a sampling of some of the fruit and food you might see and taste along the way.

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  • Diana
    Diana says #
    Thanks for your comment, Eva! You should definitely take a walk on the wild side and try some of Colombia's exotic fruits. You won...
  • Eva Fanjul
    Eva Fanjul says #
    Thanks Diana for your post, very interesting. It is certainly an incentive to dare to try exotic fruits from Colombia. Personally,...

My First Carnaval in Colombia

It was February 2009, and within just a few weeks of arriving in Medellin, I forced myself to leave for Carnaval, one of the country's biggest annual celebrations. Billed as the 2nd largest Carnaval celebration after Brazil's parties, I knew it was an event I had to experience firsthand.

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    carlos says #
    Importante glad you nave had enyoied such an important event its cool that a foreing aprecciate our traditions Hope you have thr ...
  • Dave
    Dave says #
    Hi Brittany, thank for reading Medellin Living! It was my first Carnaval experience, and it was fun and confusing -- I had no ide...

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