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Banana Skin Flip Flops Website
This is portrait number 4 in our series of Colombia Portraits and finally we managed to have a feminine point of view. Welcome to Vicki Kellaway, the bubbly author of Bananaskinflipflops. Get her thoughts on why she moved to Colombia and her love for the country she now calls home. Banana Skin Flip Flops Blog Introduce yourself... What's your name, where are you from and what do you do here in Colombia? My name is Vicki, I'm British and I'm a...
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Empanadas de Pipian
Street food in Colombia can be hit or miss. While one arepa you try might be incredible, the next might taste as bland as polystyrene. Still, there are some examples of street food in the country. Below is a list of street food found in Colombia with some tips or local knowledge to make the most of it. By no means is this an exhaustive list, please let us know in the comments of any other street food you've found in...
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  • Britany Robinson says #
    I'll be heading to Colombia in December and can't wait to stuff my face with all of these!
  • harroyave says #
    If you eat the street food, try to stay close to homebase or a restroom. A dose of 'Tourista' can ruin your day and your wardrobe

Posted by on in Caribbean Coast
Taganga
[caption id="attachment_521" align="aligncenter" width="300"] Taganga Taganga and Tayrona are two of Colombia's most popular destinations, especially for backpackers. Both provide the average adventure-seeker with plenty to enjoy: sun, sand, diving, relaxation and, in Taganga's case, some incredible parties. Here we're bringing you what would be our pretty much ideal journey to Taganga and Tayrona. Four days you'll always remember. And a couple of nights you almost definitely won't. DAY 1 We're going to start in Taganga. The best options for accommodation...
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Posted by on in Medellín and Antioquia
Jardin Botanico, Medellin
Medellin is, without question, one of the most rapidly improving (and improved) cities in South America. Once synonymous with violence, drugs and Pablo Escobar, it's rapidly gained a reputation as one of the most desirable places for an expat to live in Latin America, as well as a must visit city on any itinerary. This post takes you through two days in the 'City of Eternal Spring', though I've no doubt you'll want to stay more. Day 1 Start out your...
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Posted by on in Bogotá and Around
This is the blog of Paul, a young man that flew from his nest in England to distant lands. Namely, he chose to travel to Colombia and live in its capital, Bogotá. It’s a citythat the movies tell us is characterized by dusty colonial streets, blessed with tropical weather and, most exciting of all, laced with bomb explosions. In between said explosions (which I’m yet to see but I trust Hollywood explicitly) I somehow manage to find time to go shopping...
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