Posts filed under: Colombia

My first year of living in Chile in coming to an end. During this year I have experienced a life of an expat in this long and diverse country. I was lucky enough to share some important for Chileans experiences and see how the life looks like from the inside....
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  • Valle de Cocora, Colombia
Colombia is often underestimated as a travel destination. People think is beautiful, but don’t go there put off by some dreadful stories. These days Colombia is not so dangerous and if you travel with street-smart attitude, you will be fine. Use common sense, do your research and avoid risky places...
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  • Valle de Cocora, Colombia
Salento and Valle de Cocora- unforgettable colombian experience Coffee tradition, friendly people, tasty dishes, untouched landscapes…Salento has it all what is best in Colombia. The weather was not spoiling us too much, but there’s no rain that can ruin the beauty and experience of Valle de Cocora or hiking through...
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  • Cali, Colombia
El Gato del Río is probably the most recognizable symbol of Cali. This bronze sculpture has been created by colombian sculptor Hernan Tajeda and proudly guards banks of the river Cali. Now, this giant cat weighing 3 tons is accompanied by 15 smaller cats that have been painted by various...
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  • Cartagena de Indias, Colombia
 What it comes immediately to your mind when you think of Caribbean? White sand, calm turquoise sea, heavenly relaxing atmosphere, fresh cold fruit juices? Cartagena is all that…and much more. Cartagena de Indias- a place to be. Cartagena de Indias has been on out travel list for a while. Although...
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A city of Eternal Spring- that is a pleasant nickname of Medellín, a city in Colombian district Antioquia. The nickname has been given to this city for a reason, thanks to the pleasant climate throughout the whole year and blooming flowers wherever you look. People of Medellín, paisas (or as...
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