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Colombian Foods I Can't Get Enough Of


It's safe to say Colombian food often gets a bad wrap, but if you give it a chance, I'm confident you'll find at least five dishes you'll want to eat more than once.

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  • clara cecilia velez
    clara cecilia velez says #
    me encantan las recetas ya que me gusta la culinaria por no hay nada mejor que cocinar lo que a uno le gusta
  • Brian Singer
    Brian Singer says #
    David, thank you so much for providing those recipes! I went to Colombia last year, and there are some specialties I'd like to try...

5 Awe-Inspiring destinations in Colombia


Geographically speaking, Colombia is a surprisingly diverse country. Before arriving in 2009, I imagined it was one big jungle. I'm embarssed to admit that my knowledge of the country was limited to what I'd seen on news clips and in Hollywood movies.

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  • Alan Malarkey
    Alan Malarkey says #
    helpful blog, thanks

Bogotá's Greatest Little-Known Museum

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The National Museum's recently-renovated front.

If you only have time to visit one museum in Bogotá, consider making it the less-known National Museum, which has a little of everything. Art? It's got abstract art, classical paintings, sculpture, modern art and even some Boteros. History? You'll find all you want, from pre-Columbian times, through the revolution, to Colombia's growth and contemporary exhibits. How about gold? They've got rooms of it, and silver, too. Anthropology? Yep. African face masks? Yep. Mummies? Yep. You get the idea.

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  • MARINA ARANGO
    MARINA ARANGO says #
    Thanks, hope all in your stay in my beautiful country be pleasant!
  • Hayward
    Hayward says #
    Colombia is a diverse country. In several trips I have only experienced a samll portion. My bus trip from Manizalas to Bogota was ...

The Harsh Guajira Desert

Right up in the north-eastern corner of Colombia, bordering Venezuela and the Caribbean lies the Guajira peninsula. This is a region that nominally belongs to Colombia but remains sparsely populated and out of touch with the rest of the country due in part to its hostile yet intriguing desert environment. Make the trip here now as it is slowly becoming a travel destination for the more intrepid visitor.

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  • Richard
    Richard says #
    I used a French agency out of Cartagena
  • Tom
    Tom says #
    Hey great article. Have you got a link for the transport you used?

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