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A beer on St Patricks Day
A beer on St Patricks Day Being a Brit, I'm quite partial to copious amounts of beer being poured down my gullet at the weekend. I appreciate the rums, the whiskeys and even the aguardientes on offer on Colombia, but my first love will always be a cool, refreshing lager. That said, in many South American destinations there are precious few places to sink into a cold one, and that can get frustrating. Not so in Bogota. I attribute the popularity...
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Guacheneque Park, the birth of the River Bogota
Escape from Bogota, some fresh air in Guacheneque Bogotá is really, really relentless. There are always things to do, places to go, people to see, drinks to be drunk. Sometimes you just need to get away from it all... But not for too long. Bogotá has this habit of making you want to escape after a while, and then quickly drawing you back. That’s why I think 1 day treks are a great idea. See some nature, enjoy the fresh air,...
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  • Location Vacances Sicile says #
    You have posted beautiful photos, i love it, Bogotá is really nice place. Thank you for this wonderful post.
The festival's promotional poster
The festival's promotional poster Right now in Bogota is the Festival Iberoamericano de Teatro de Bogotá, the bi-annual theater festival that’s one of the highlights of the Colombian calendar. The festival kicked off in 1988 when Fanny Mikey and Ramiro Osorio took it upon themselves to celebrate the 450th anniversary of Bogotá’s foundation in style. And what style it was. The plan was to show the world the rich culture of Latin countries, but the project must have exceeded all expectations....
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    Here are the 4 events I am planning to see: 1984, an adaptation of the famous novel by Georges Orwell by the US troop Actor's Gan
Popayan
Holy Week (or Semana Santa) is a big thing in Colombia. On the one hand you have the firmly Catholic contingent, who enjoy the opportunity to celebrate Easter. On the other? The party loving Colombians that get a week off work, head to the coast and let loose for a solid 5 days. Popayan For the latter group, places like Taganga or Cartagena offer perfect destinations, but for those who’d prefer to enjoy the week in the fashion it’s meant to...
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Ciclovia
Sometimes living in the city can feel like hard work enough. Clinging on for dear life while trying to maintain your balance on the Transmilenio sure does feel like a work-out, but if you’re taking advantage of the food in Colombia and the nightlife, you’ll want to supplement that with some actual healthy living. Fortunately when you're in Bogota you’ll find plenty of options. Here’s a pick of 5: Ciclovia Ciclovia, Bogota Every Sunday the main roads in Bogota shut down...
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  • Volker says #
    Hey, came by your blog by chance. I'm nrruectly interning on a farm in Durango and really having a tough time not getting paid and

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