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Barranquilla Carnival
As someone who lives in Bogotá, Colombia, I often come across travellers here that have it in their head that Colombia is one of the party capitals of the world. Moreover, they expect the people here to be complicit. The truth is that yes, Colombia is great for a party, and especially in the bigger cities. People are full of life, love to dance and revel in a good night out. There's a crucial difference, however, between your average Colombian and...
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Let’s face it, as soon as you mention you are going to Colombia, you get these wry smiles synonymous with "I know why you’re going there; to have fun with the local flour". You end up feeling a little bit like a 45 year old single German bloke who doesn't do prostitution but really wants to visit Thailand. So let’s talk about cocaine in Colombia. The reputation of Colombia in terms of this drug is vastly exaggerated. It’s not easier to...
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  • Vernie says #
    There's no accounting for taste.
  • Viviane says #
    I brought back a box of coca tea from my trip to Bogota and eveoryne is so surprised that they let me take it out of the country.

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From the Himalayas to the Brazilian jungle, I have done a fair amount of trekking in my life and there are very few places that have left me with the same feeling as the one I experienced when travelling to the Lost City of the Tayronas in Colombia (The Ciudad Perdida). An iconic view of the Lost City No, it’s not like discovering the ruins of Machu Picchu; no, it’s not as rough as getting deep into the Amazon jungle; and...
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  • Dan says #
    Directly sharing your faith with the Colombians will be difcufilt unless you are fluent in Spanish and their culture. Our trips a

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Let’s get this straight from the off: I’m a gentleman and do not believe in the objectification of women nor in the pursuit of meaningless, empty sex. Obviously. What follows is a collage of advice I’ve been given from friends, obviously, rather than my own experience, obviously. Just so you know. Y'know, just your average Colombian girl chilling before she heads to the club where you can, y'know, pull her and that There’s little doubt about it and no point in...
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  • fran says #
    Straights... how sweet. What about gay dating?
  • P Mac says #
    Be respectful and be a gentleman, the woman will expect you to open doors for her, buy flowers and little presents, pull her chair
  • No se.... says #
    Interesting opinion. Being Colombian-American and having spent most summers in Colombia while growing up... I would say that yes,

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This summer Colombia plays hosts to its biggest sporting tournament to date, the Under 20s Fifa World Cup. The tournament will take place from July 29th to August 20th and feature some of the finest young footballing talent from the following countries: Group A: Colombia, France, South Korea, Mali Group B: Portugal, Uruguay, Cameroon, New Zealand Group C: Australia, Ecuador, Costa Rica, Spain Group D: Croatia, Saudi Arabia, Nigeria, Guatemala Group E: Brazil, Egypt, Austria, Panama Group F: Argentina, Mexico,...
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