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San Andres and Caribbean Idyll

“You live in Bogota? How do you manage it? I have heard that in Bogota it gets so cold that sometimes smoke comes out of your mouth.” A conversation with a San Andresano.

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  • Richard
    Richard says #
    Hey, we didn't worry about the breakdown, we were relaxed and took it all in our stride!
  • Hector Henry
    Hector Henry says #
    The aidea of San andres or the life there its: Cool and flex like soka leaf. Soka leaf it's a caind of platain. Bad that you had a...

Bogotá's Bullfighting Plaza

Bogotá's handsome, 80-year-old bullfighting plaza has been in the news recently, thanks to Mayor Gustavo Petro's decision to end the fiesta brava in Bogotá.

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Ráquira, Queen of the Candelaria Desert

Recently I visited Villa de Leyva, the historic town in the state of Boyaca. I also made a quick side trip to Ráquira, the colorful village famous for its ceramics that lies only 45 minutes away by road.

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  • Tom Germain
    Tom Germain says #
    Danke scheun, Fraulein Swinnen!
  • Colombia Fácil
    Colombia Fácil says #
    Great stuff Tom! Here are some more pictures of Ráquira ->www.facebook.com/media/set/?set=a.276534215700948.70233.213724738648563&...

Calentado - A very Colombian breakfast


A few days ago a friend asked me to recommend a good Colombian breakfast and a lot of things immediately came to mind: caldo de costilla, tamal, changua, huevos pericos and hot chocolate, but in the end I suggested calentado and he loved it - now he's on a mission to hunt down the best calentado in town.

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  • muñoz cardenas andres
    muñoz cardenas andres says #
    calentao paisa paisa is a dish which you can prepare homemade and quick mind besides its economy and exquisite taste according to ...
  • kevin torres
    kevin torres says #
    Traditional calentado paisa (from the region of Antioquia) usually includes rice, ripe plantain, meat (in small pieces or ground),...

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