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Playas, Parque Tayrona, Patacóns y Más

Colombia patria querida, te llevo en mi corazón
Tu tienes la llave de mi corazón, yo te quiero más que a mi vida,
La Tierra del Olvido, 1,696 more words

Gratitude

Cartagena

From Bogota we took a flight to Cartagena and we stayed here for 3 nights. It is the fifth-largest city in Colombia and the second largest in the region, after Barranquilla. 167 more words

South America

Rincon del Mar

To get to Rincon del Mar one needs to take a bus from Cartagena to San Onofre and from there you can either take a Motorbike Taxi for 10’000 P or a taxi for 30’000 P depending on the road conditions and your haggling skills. 405 more words

South America

Living in the Caribbean: Sun, Sweat and Siesta

As droplets of sweat drip down my back within five minutes of riding the bus, I wonder how people could ever live in a place this hot, with this much humidity. 352 more words

Wander Our World

travelogue | costa rica (january 2015)

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Austin’s family plans an annual New Year’s vacation to bring all of us together, and this year we landed on Costa Rica, a country I’ve long wanted to visit for its one-of-a-kind landscape, wildlife and culture. 2,540 more words

Travel

Safe today?

Taganga, Caribbean coast January 2015. GAULA is the special anti-kidnapping unit in Colombia!

Photography

Stinking mats of seaweed piling up on Caribbean beaches

David McFadden (AP) writes about the how the accumulation of smelly sargassum seaweed is ruining the tourists’ expectations. He writes that “the picture-perfect beaches and turquoise waters that people expect on their visits to the Caribbean are increasingly being fouled by mats of decaying seaweed that attract biting sand fleas and smell like rotten eggs.” … 742 more words

Environment