- Alumbrado de CaliAlong the Río Cali river walk that divides this Andean city of almost three million, the city's municipal government puts up an annual display of unbelievable proportions and singular beauty with over two million light bulbs drawing thousands of visitors Posted by Charles Lemos in Have iPad Will Travel | Dec 16, 2014
- Finding my wayThe last couple of months have gone both fast and slow. I have officially hit the 6 month traveling mark, it’s Christmas and New Year season (and you can’t walk a metre without being reminded of this in Colombia!), Posted by chasingsummer in Chasing Forever Summer | Dec 13, 2014
- The Market in Silvia, CaucaNestled in a broad valley at 2620 m (not quite 8.500 feet) in the Central Cordillera of the Colombian Andes, the small town Silvia in the Cauca department (province) offers an idyllic respite from the hustle & bustle of much Posted by Charles Lemos in Have iPad Will Travel | Dec 10, 2014
- All Things Christmas in Cali, ColombiaEl Centro, the downtown area of Cali, Colombia, the country's third largest city, plays host six days a week to a cacophonous bazaar of sundry goods from clothing to food to every electrical item imaginable to beautiful artisanal creations. This Posted by Charles Lemos in Have iPad Will Travel | Dec 6, 2014
- Cartagena and Getting there.Now im not really sure how to use this yet but im sure ill get the hang of it so bare with me if its a mess at first.
The day finally arrived. We packed everything we thought we would need Posted by aaronlawes in Aaron and Mel | Nov 29, 2014
- What's Colombia Really Like?These four ladies live in Panamá and took advantage of a low fare on COPA to visit Colombia for the first time. Here are their impressions. Filmed at Café del Museo de Antioquia at Parque Botero in Medellín Colombia.
[video provider=youtube Posted by Charles Lemos in Have iPad Will Travel | Nov 9, 2014
- Cooking à la CharlesAs cooking endeavors go, this is my favorite way to cook: go to the market and buy what's fresh. I had settled on seafood and bought two types of octopus, a whole fresh fish, mussels and tiger prawns. Other ingredients Posted by Charles Lemos in Have iPad Will Travel | Nov 8, 2014
- life isn't always sweeto burritoThere have been times on this adventure, when not all is perfect. There are times when the tears fall as hard as the Bogotá rain, times when I feel completely lost and alone. For the most part, I am living Posted by chasingsummer in Chasing Forever Summer | Nov 7, 2014
- Northern Colombia Arriving in Barranquilla (in Northern Colombia) was a rather disorienting experience. My body wasn't sure whether to acclimatize to the thick, hot, humid air of the north, the heavily air-conditioned air of the airport Posted by jakegambling in Jake Gambling's Great Adventure | Nov 4, 2014
- News from the road.SPE Board meeting in Cartagena, ColombiaIt is a real honor to be selected to serve as a President of the Society of Petroleum Engineers. I joined the SPE in 1975 as a graduate student at the University of Oklahoma where I earned my M.Sc. in Posted by fracmeister in SPE President Travels | Jun 25, 2014
- Colombia Colombia... Where do I begin? This is a country that contrasts surprisingly sharply with the Guatemalan lifestyle I had begun to grow accustomed to. Just to give a few examples, supermarkets are commonplace, the majority Posted by jakegambling in Jake Gambling's Great Adventure | Oct 25, 2014
- How within 24 hours, I knew I was back in Colombia
1. James is all over every single television
2. Someone said 'que bacano parce' after I told a story
3. Salsa and Bachata is on every single radio station (if it isn't Posted by chasingsummer in Chasing Forever Summer | Oct 22, 2014
- Meet them..==Hello!!== My name is Daniela Millan and I am from Colombia. I had an awesome experience in Michigan two years ago and I’m here to tell you about it. Everyone likes traveling and getting to know new places and people.. Posted by Danielamillan in Traveling Michigan | Sep 18, 2014
- Wonderful, amazing Colombia!==Cartagena==
Woke up early for a walk on the beach. 8 am and it is already 41 degrees - ay caramba!
This city is pretty eclectic. It's colourful, loud, tropical and city like all at the same time. Posted by sandyandyuri in The Americas | Aug 8, 2014
- Island loveI was so lucky to be able to spend two amazing nights with the families of Didier and Cindy in Santa Marta. It was so nice to be with them, it almost felt like I was with Didier and Posted by chasingsummer in Chasing Forever Summer | Aug 5, 2014
- On top of the worldPhew, I have to write this because if not, I will never catch up. Every single day has just been one adventure after the next. From beautiful location to beautiful location, I seem to just wander in a daze, completely Posted by chasingsummer in Chasing Forever Summer | Jul 26, 2014
- World Cup Final, Colombia - Bogota and Cartagena!This blog covers our last couple of days in Rio and our time in Colombia so far. Enjoy!
===Last days in Rio!===
World Cup final!
After spending over a month here in Brasil and watching endless amounts of futbol, the final Posted by sandyandyuri in The Americas | Jul 23, 2014
- Almost time to come homeMonday, 14 de julio - Thursday, 17 de julio
Another week of classes and regular life as I know it in Bogota. I feel like I have learned a lot and am learning more. A second language is a work in Posted by runnergirlep in colombia again! | Jul 17, 2014
- Bogotá to Parque TayronaMy last night in Bogotá was also Paddy’s last night. His friends were all either sick or were in the midst of exams so they weren’t up for a crazy night out. So I went to Paddy’s house to finish Posted by chasingsummer in Chasing Forever Summer | Jul 16, 2014
- The week flies byThis week has flown by. I have settled into my schedule of cold showers, breakfast (total days eggs), bus ride in sardine style, school from nine to one, and then an activity in the afternoon in the city, squish Posted by runnergirlep in colombia again! | Jul 13, 2014
- Desierto de la TatacoaThursday, 3 de julio
My class took a field trip on Thursday. We visited Monserrat. I had been there before but we walked further back behind the church and there were various vendors and a trail mainly for burros.
[img=http://photos.travellerspoint Posted by runnergirlep in colombia again! | Jul 8, 2014
- Happy 4th of JulyHappy 4th. Enjoy celebrating.
Viva Colombia in the World Cup today at 3 p.m. (1 p.m. PST)
Am off to the tatacoa desert this morning. Should have interesting ta Posted by runnergirlep in colombia again! | Jul 4, 2014
- 12 things I have learned about Colombia
1. Here in Colombia, football gives people hope, and it brings people together in such an amazing way. I have never seen anything like it before.
2. No one understands the w Posted by chasingsummer in Chasing Forever Summer | Jul 3, 2014
- Las clases comienzanSunday, 29 de junio
Today was a rest and get moved into our casas day. I slept in until almost 10 (unheard of for me!). The whirlwind tour
of Colombia may have taken its toll.
We left the hotel around 12:30 to Posted by runnergirlep in colombia again! | Jul 2, 2014
- Crazy Colombia!I don’t really know where to even start the adventures of the last 10 days, things have been so busy and so crazy. I have been out of Bogotá and seen many different towns, landscapes, waterfalls, deserts, valleys, mountains, and Posted by chasingsummer in Chasing Forever Summer | Jul 1, 2014