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  • Coffee & Museums in the Colombian HighlandsFrom Tayrona National Park at the Caribbean Coast, we moved all the way to the small village of Salento in the Colombian Highlands. This trip took us an entire day, starting with a one-hour taxi ride to the airport of Posted by samandmarta in Sam & Marta - Travel | Apr 13, 2020
  • In the FARC mountains, Marquetalia, ColombiaPlease view the trip report on my new blog [[https://luxuryrogue.wordpress.com/2020/01/26/in-the-farc-mountains-marquetalia-colombia/|Dangerzone.news]] Thanks. Posted by LuxuryRogue in Gentleman Adventurer | Jan 26, 2020
  • Jan. 10: CARTAGENA, COLOMBIA A familiar sight welcomed us from the Caribbean Sea to Cartagena, our 7th visit by ship. Tall buildings Posted by Swenigale in Christmas 2019 and Serenity 11 | Jan 11, 2020
  • Lost at SeaWe have had two days at sea. I would like to say relaxing but we have been hustling from one thing to another. I absolutely crash at night. It’s like we don’t won’t to miss anything. I believe that is Posted by CayeRon in World Cruise | Jan 9, 2020
  • Around the World in 20 days - fifth stop ColombiaOne of the perks of travelling on this tour with our own chartered plane was expedited airport experiences. When we landed at Cartegena we stepped off the plane to find buses at the bottom of the stairs. Posted by bumblebum in Migrating South | Nov 8, 2019
  • Consulting in Bogota, ColombiaWeek 1 Eleven of us took the red-eye from Phoenix to Ft. Lauderdale amid an incoming hurricane. Luckily, no issues would occur, and our connection to Bogota went off without a hitch. Landing in Bogota, we would see one team head Posted by Krackajak in Consulting in Bogota, Colombia | Oct 7, 2019
  • Caribbean vibes at Colombia’s North CoastWe entered Colombia at the airport in Bogotá, but did not stay in the capital yet. Instead, we continued straight to Cartagena at the Caribbean Coast, where we stayed for four nights in the historic old town. We have seen Posted by samandmarta in Sam & Marta - Travel | Sep 6, 2019
  • Last DaySuitcase is packed. Closet is cleared out. Blog post is being written. Whew. It’s been two months to the day since I arrived in Cartagena. Tomorrow (which also happens to be Colombian Independence Day!), I’ll get on a plane to take me Posted by gemarkee in g.e.m. goes global | Jul 19, 2019
  • One Week LeftIt’s the beginning of the end. I’m beginning to count off my “lasts”—last English lesson in La Boquilla and last Saturday Bible study, for starters. A week seems like too much time to wait to be home, but I’m not Posted by gemarkee in g.e.m. goes global | Jul 13, 2019
  • Summer Vacation within a Summer VacationI know my last update was a bit of a downer. I was having sort of a rough few days. I’m going to try and be a little more positive here, or at least more informative, because I know I Posted by gemarkee in g.e.m. goes global | Jul 4, 2019
  • The Good, the Bad, and the UncertainThings are going very well. Things are also going very poorly. On one level, everything is awesome. I have a good balance of keeping busy and maintaining time for myself. I keep getting to eat good food and live with an Posted by gemarkee in g.e.m. goes global | Jun 30, 2019
  • Updating my ResumeI’m halfway through my time in Cartagena, and I don’t know what I’m more surprised by: that I’m already halfway through, or that I’m only halfway through. It has been a crazy week and a half, with temperatures (and sometimes tempers) Posted by gemarkee in g.e.m. goes global | Jun 19, 2019
  • Burns, Bites, and Bioluminescence: A Relaxing WeekendI have so much to share! This last week has been the best so far in Cartagena. Granted, it has also been a scorcher, with high temperatures accentuated by pounding equatorial sun, but what I have lost in sweat I Posted by gemarkee in g.e.m. goes global | Jun 9, 2019
  • Colombia its 6:30 In the morning right now, i'm still in Brazil the flight from Brazil to Medellin, Colombia will take 3.58 hours to arrive. Brazil and Colombia is 3,229 km away from each other this flight will cost 865$. Its Posted by shavmon12 in world tour | Jun 3, 2019
  • Time Flies (And Real Flies)I know I say this a lot, but ... this week passed REALLY quickly. I don’t know where the time went. Last Sunday was yesterday. I have no idea what I did this week. I’ll do my best to pull Posted by gemarkee in g.e.m. goes global | Jun 1, 2019
  • Blog 7: My trip to Colombia Today I arrive at Colombia where took the Avior Airlines from Caracas (CCS) and arrived at the airport of Bogotá (BOG), the flight cost $606.00 CAD, my flight left at 7:00 am and arrive at 8:55 am which Posted by ALP123 in My Dream Trip around the World | May 31, 2019
  • South America (part 1)July 9th, 2019 I landed at the José María Córdova International Airport and made my way to my hotel. For my stay in Colombia, I decided to stay at the Binn Hotel . This cost me USD$100 or 335,704 Colombian Posted by noordabhia in My Dream Trip around the World | May 28, 2019
  • Un Poco LocoI can’t believe how time is flying here. It’s already a week since I arrived in the airport in Cartagena, and already my Spanish has improved, my skin has darkened (a little bit), and I miss home like crazy. However, Posted by gemarkee in g.e.m. goes global | May 27, 2019
  • More food in Bogota and surroundsWednesday morning XG and I headed back to the downtown area to visited the Botero museum in Candelaria. Botero is a Colombian artist (paint and sculpture) who has a very distinctive style. The museum is located in a beautiful old Posted by sonjamcf in Simply sharing | May 23, 2019
  • A history lesson in BogotaIt was a public holiday on Monday so all the family were home. F cooked us all breakfast and then XG and I got on the bikes and headed out! Every Sunday and public holiday a number of the main roads Posted by sonjamcf in Simply sharing | May 23, 2019
  • Colombia - looks like it going to be about food!More travel notes on the way as I’ve just arrived in Bogotá, Colombia to visit my friend XG. We met when she and her family were living in Santiago. Her son went to school with EJ and we met at Posted by sonjamcf in Simply sharing | May 23, 2019
  • Off to WorkWow, has it been a crazy few days! I got to explore, meet some new people, and finally get down to the work I came here to do. I was supposed to go to the school on Tierra Bomba for Posted by gemarkee in g.e.m. goes global | May 23, 2019
  • SYBASEPLATFORMS - HP-UX is the Unix version developed and maintained by Hewlett-Packard. - Microsoft Windows. - AIX (Advanced Interactive executive) is a UNIX System V operating system owned by IBM. - Solaris is a Unix operating system developed since 1992 Posted by docmes in computing | May 22, 2019
  • One Day DownCartagena remains beautiful. I, however, do not. Sweating might have a positive impact on my health, but it certainly does not flatter my skin. Or hair. Or clothes. Or ... What was I talking about? I’m kidding (mostly). While I did sweat Posted by gemarkee in g.e.m. goes global | May 20, 2019
  • ¡Bienvenidos!Welcome to the grand adventure, everyone! Early this morning, I flew out of Richmond with no idea what my day would look like. Well, now I know: it looks like a balcony in noisy, humid, beautiful Cartagena, with a breeze Posted by gemarkee in g.e.m. goes global | May 19, 2019
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