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Sunset Bogota Chapinero Alto
[caption id="attachment_563" align="aligncenter" width="560"] Sunset Bogota Chapinero Alto I've been in Colombia a while now and I've begun to feel like one of Bogota´s citizens. I 'uuush', 'hijuepucha' and 'paila' with the best of them. When I'm late, I blame it on traffic traffic that is pretty much ever-present. I drink too much coffee, and I drink way too much Aguardiente. One of the most curious things about my 'going native', however, has been my increased fear of Bogotá. My safety...
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  • Vale says #
    As a blog writer and someone who has for lived in Bogotá for a few months, you are certainly entitled to your opinion. I have trav
  • paul says #
    You seem to have agreed with much of what I've said, only phrased it in different ways. I'm advocating exercising caution, and usi
  • Carlos says #
    This is true, the bogotanos had become so paranoic and we think that the foreigners are a easy target of the criminals, but with s
Salsa Al Parque program
Today (17/08/2012) Salsa Al Parque kicks off, bringing some of the world’s best salsa talent to Bogotá’s biggest park: Parque Bolivar. Salsa Al Parque is just one of many ‘Al Parque’ events, the most famous being Rock Al Parque. It’s also just one of many events that are up and coming in the rest of 2012 in Bogotá. Bogotá is a city that hosts an incredible amount of events, and it’s wise to keep up with the calendars as much as...
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A nice finca for the weekend?
Not that I’m complaining, of course. The great thing about puentes (the word for bank holidays) when you live in Bogotá is that you can head out of town on Friday night to Tierra Caliente and enjoy a finca for a few days. Allow me to elaborate. Tierra Caliente is the region that surrounds Bogotá, known as such because it is at a lower altitude than Bogotá, and therefore much hotter (Tierra Caliente translates to Hot Land). It’s pretty incredible...
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El Chorro, La Candelaria
El Chorro, La Candelaria La Candelaria is one of Bogota’s most iconic areas; a view into the humble beginnings of a city that now boasts more than 8 million inhabitants and is one of the 5 biggest cities in Latin America. Tourists are drawn to the area for the excellent selection of restaurants, the incredible museums and the historical landmarks that jut up along the horizons of the areas steep streets. Start a day in La Candelaria early at El Chorro...
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In El Candelario
In El Candelario One thing about Bogota that I recommend all travelers to experience is the nightlife. From the small, hidden away nightclubs of Chapinero to the big, booming electro-havens of La T, the rumba in Bogota is just not to be missed. But where exactly to go? Unlike many Colombian cities, Bogota’s nightlife isn’t restricted to it’s Zona Rosa or malls, instead you’re encouraged to seek out the pick of the bunch yourself. That’s where we come in. Where...
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  • Jean Louis says #
    Well, if there were only 2 places to get drunk I would mention : For "gringos" : The Irish Pub in Zona T. Just grab a table on th
  • Tigre says #
    Great fun! There is also the expat haven La Villa in Zona Rosa, Romeo and Theatron for LGBT fun in Chapinero and Cafe Libro pumps

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