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Diving near San Andres, Colombia For some, submerging yourself underwater for inhuman lengths of time is something of a nightmare. For others, it's a journey into a whole new world; one of brilliant colours, powerful predators and natural wonder. If you fall into the second category of people (or if you're just intruiged by the idea of diving), then travelling to Colombia will offer a world of opportunity that, best of all, has barely been discovered by the underwater roaming clan. There...
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Bird Watching in the Anchicaya Valley One of my favorite birding spots in Colombia is following the old Cali - Buenaventura Road in Western Colombia.  Just twenty minutes from Cali, the road is only paved for about 30 kilometers, so take a 4WD vehicle.   Following the Anchicaya River, the road takes me past streams and waterfalls flowing down crevices created millions of years ago by constant rushing water. Clouds full of rain created by winds blowing past the ocean carry water up over the mountains and drop their...
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Colombia Politics Website
Welcome to the third in our series of Colombia Portraits. These are a series of interviews we have conducted with expat professionals here in Colombia. We’re interested in knowing just what these people are doing here. Why did they move to Colombia of all places, and what is their life like now they’ve moved. Kevin Howlett is a British journalist specialised in Colombia as well as the founder and manager of the website Colombia Politics. Introduce yourself... What's your name,...
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Noche de Las Velitas
Like most celebrations in Colombia Christmas is celebrated with zeal. Decorations typically come out during November, and are often elaborate to say the least. Not to be outdone by the townsfolk, however, the cities install the biggest, most extravagant displays we’ve ever seen. [caption id="attachment_551" align="aligncenter" width="300"] Noche de Las Velitas In Bogotá and all of Colombia the beginning of Christmas is signaled by La Noche de Las Velitas on December the 7th. At around 7pm this night almost everybody in the...
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Houses in Santa Fe
Houses in Santa Fe When you visit Medellin, you might be tempted to think to yourself 'why would I leave this place, even for one day?'. I can understand that sentiment, but equally if city life is getting a bit too hectic for you or you just fancy a change of scenery, nearby to 'The City of Etenernal Spring' are some great places for day trips. The two highlights are undoubtely Guatape and Santa Fe de Antioquia. I visited Santa Fe...
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Recent Comments - Show all comments
  • Josian says #
    I recently discovered the "Red de Pueblos Colombianos", there are some incredible gems there like Playa de Belen and of course Mom
  • siham says #
    pues yo soy mexicano y me caen supuuer bien los colombianos, ademe1s gente bruta y analfabetos los hay en todas partes .linda Colo

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