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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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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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Things you Need to Know Before you Go: Buying Real Estate


Apartment blocks are growing like weeds in big Colombian cities. More and more Colombians are able to afford them thanks to government subsidies to lower income families. Wealthy investors buy scores of more pricey units which they then put on the rental market. Despite the growing supply, there is still a housing shortage and prices as well as rents continue to climb with no end in sight despite some experts' claims that the real estate bubble will soon burst.

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    monika says #
    Thank you very much for your advise. I really appreciate the time you took to clue potential buyers in.

Bull-less, Blood-less Bullfighting in Bogotá


Bogotá's mayor has suspended bullfighting in Bogotá's Santamaria Plaza. But the fiesta brava continues in other Colombian cities and towns...

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