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Conversations with Colombians: Juan Camilo Ortega Soto


Juan calls Medellín home where he works in public relations. Here are his thoughts on Colombia. Juan llama a casa de Medellín, donde trabaja en relaciones públicas. He aquí sus reflexiones sobre Colombia. LCO: Which part of Colombia do you call home? How long have you lived there? ¿A … Continue reading

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Conversations with Colombians: Juan Camilo Orrego


Juan is a journalist at home in Medellín. Here he talks about Colombia and his favorite traditions. Juan es un periodista en su casa en Medellín. Aquí se habla de Colombia y sus tradiciones favoritas. LCO: Where in Colombia do you call home? How long have you lived there? ¿Qué parte … Continue reading

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Guest Post: Gabriel Garcia Marquez and Colombian Street Food


Words and photo by Erin Osbourn My arrival to Cartagena, Colombia, was very much anticipated even from the very beginning of my trip. I started my journey in Mexico City with a last minute purchase of Gabriel Garcia Marquez’s Love … Continue reading

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Expats in Colombia: Jasmine Stephenson


Jasmine has travelled to 24 countries around the world, but Colombia has held her attention for a while now. Read on to find out why and when you’re finished here, hop on over to her blog, Jasmine Wanders. LCO: Let’s start … Continue reading

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