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I haven’t had the opportunity to explore too much of Bogotá yet, being so far away. Next time, I will definitely head over to this pretty area of Santa Barbara that Jess Kraft captured here in this lovely yellow photo … Continue reading
Last week – Semana Santa – was one of the most religious times of year in Colombia – a country that is 90% catholic. For someone who is not religious and not used to having a huge amount of family … Continue reading
Deeper than the Grand Canyon and just as majestic, this is Colombia’s Chicamocha Canyon which we passed on our drive from Mogotes to Bucaramanga. At the bottom of the canyon is a small town which amplifies the height of the … Continue reading
For the past three days, I was in Bucaramanga to see about extending my visa at the DAS and getting to know the shops. I was too mesmerised by the shoes and clothes to remember to take out my camera … Continue reading
This photo of laundry drying in the Colombian sun was taken by Tim L Lowe. Look at that nice blue sky! He’s an American guy staying in Jamundi, in Valle del Cauca. This is his fifth time visiting the country and … Continue reading
BARICHARA In 1975, declared “The prettiest village in Colombia.” Altitude: 1,237m (4,058ft) Population: 4,149 Average Temperature: Around 23ºC (73°F) In the local dialect, Barichara means “Place of Rest” and it is certainly that with sleepy colonial streets and shady central … Continue reading
According to a University of California study, Colombia is the second most diverse country in terms of species per land unit. Just a thought to pin up next to those stereotypes about violence and cocaine. Enjoy something cute and fluffy … Continue reading
SAN GIL The “adventure capital” of Colombia Altitude: 1,114m (3,655ft) Population: 33,592 Temperature Year-Round: 24 to 32ºC (75-90°F) San Gil is hot. Well, for me and my pasty white gringa skin anyway. It’s the nearest big town to Mogotes, about … Continue reading