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Bogotá

Bogotá

Bogotá is big. A city of over ten million people. Ten million!!! It’s a gritty working city, full of graffiti and certainly not known for its colonial charm. A trip up the Monserrate cable car for an overview of the metropolis provides a small clue as to the scale of...
The Small Towns of Colombia’s Coffee Region

The Small Towns of Colombia’s Coffee Region

We travelled north from Cali to Medellín, through Colombia’s coffee region in the Central Andes. Although we passed through several larger cities, what we really enjoyed was our time spent in a number of the small towns. They were colourful and very lively. The Coffee...
Central Colombia

Central Colombia

Help! We need an adequate superlative for Colombia. Bit unimaginative to say that it’s just the loveliest country… but trust me… it really is. After the friendliest welcome, countless scenic small towns, the finest coffee, the ancient history and the fascinating...
Why is Colombian Coffee the Best in the World?

Why is Colombian Coffee the Best in the World?

Interesting Facts You Can Learn During a Coffee Tour in Colombia During a coffee tour in Colombia you can learn many interesting facts: all the labour intensive steps, which make Colombian Coffee the best in the world. We recently travelled through the Coffee Region...
Medellin: Tale of a City

Medellin: Tale of a City

Milo is just 25 years old and extremely personable. At the age of 7 years old on his way to school, he saw his first dead body, lying riddled with bullets in the street of his neighbourhood. Eeishh… bit of a grim start to a travel blog, eh? Milo has much to tell us...