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Colombia parte tres- Semana Santa

Okaaaaaaay mum I get it, I need to write more blog. I don’t even have a valid excuse as to why I haven’t been more vigilant with my blog. 1,391 more words

The Valle de Cocora: rolling hills and giant palms

This whole valley – and the hugely popular and absolutely stunning 5-ish hour round walk – is just a bit too gorgeous for words. 

So I won’t waste many on it – instead, feel free to perve over the photos of gorgeous rolling hills, sparkling rivers, creaky old bridges and giant palm trees that make up the Valle de Cocora.

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While I am still in love with Villa De Leyva, I am glad we didn’t have enough money to stop traveling and run a bed and breakfast. 432 more words

#ColombianSeries : Shop, eat and wander Salento's cobbled streets

Salento is a small, 7.000 inhabitants, lovely little town amidst the coffee valley’s green mountains, 25km from the Quindio department capital, Armenia. With Barichara, Salento might be among Colombia’s most charming towns. 398 more words

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#ColombianSeries: Things to do near Salento

If you are traveling to Colombia, you might be planning a trip to Salento. A beautiful town nearby Cocora Valley. Once you’ve explored the valley (READ : “ 709 more words

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#ColombianSeries: What's like to horse-ride all the way up the Cocora Valley

How’s like to horse-ride all the way up the Cocora Valley

If you are heading to Colombia, you will (most likely) spend time in Bogota and Cartagena and would have (certainly) hear/read/dream of visiting the stunning ‘Valle del Cocora’, an unique place where you get to be surrounded by the highest palm-trees in the world. 607 more words

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