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Lo que más se vende - Empanadas


I’ve written here about the sacred 4 pm. merienda (afternoon snack) in Colombia before, the beloved fourth meal of the day between lunch and dinner. Merienda (also called “el algo”, “the something”) is often something sweet, along the lines of a pastry, or maybe one of the numerous cheese-based breads that Colombian bakeries excel at.

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Travelling in Style from Cartagena to Ushuaia

I’ve been fortunate enough to do my fair share of travelling in style on luxurious commissions for This Is Cartagena, Wallpaper* magazine and Jetsetter but the Global Rally guys starting out on a truly remarkable 7,000 mile voyage from Cartagena de Indias to Ushuaia, Argentina take it to another level completely.

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    Hi Rainbow I am in Italy at the moment and wanted to contact you but do not seem to have your personal email address-would be grat...

Getting Married in Cartagena


Walking through the supermarket in Bogota this morning I couldn’t help but notice the number of “gringos” accompanied by Colombian partners. It seemed odd, as if this number of Colombo-Gringo marriages and partnerships is increasingly on the rise. I guess, it shouldn’t be that strange, after all I am one of the crowd who has settled and married here in Colombia. In fact, given the internationally recognized beauties in Colombia I should imagine the practice has been going on for a great deal of time and long may it continue!

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    Hi Richard, Do you have any recommendations on wedding officiants? We will be having a civil wedding and we want someone who is b...
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    Carla, thank you for your comment, indeed I do have recommendations on wedding planners, please contact me through my website www....

The Top 10 Off the Beaten Track Things to Do in Bogota


Looking for different activities in Bogota? Then how about checking out some of the more obscure museums, markets, hikes and destinations in the Colombian capital?

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