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Solo Travel in Cartagena in Five Vignettes

Caution and Payoff My guard is up as I land in Cartagena. Not only is this my first time in Colombia, it’s my first time in South America since 2008. And... Read More

Travel Post by Adventurous Kate on the 07-10-16


6 Cities to visit in Colombia

Thanks for following and reading Overland Travel Adventures from Go, See, Write Colombia is at the top of everyone’s travel bucket list these days, especially when visiting South America for the... Read More

Travel Post by Go See Write on the 29-09-16


Traveling in Colombia: The Best Moments

When I decided to take a 2.5-week solo trip to Colombia, I wanted to pack in as much variety as possible. Cities and rural areas, destinations for both locals and international... Read More

Travel Post by Adventurous Kate on the 07-09-16


Bogotá

I’m currently in Bogotá – for work! Here’s a few photos from my time in the city. ... Read More

Travel Post by Wills Blog of Travel and Life on the 04-09-16


AK Monthly Recap: August 2016

It was the month of Colombia! I spent 19 days exploring my 64th country and getting back into the groove of long-term solo travel after several trips with friends and short... Read More

Travel Post by Adventurous Kate on the 02-09-16


Guatavita, Colombia: A visual essay

A short while ago, we wrote a post about how we’re lucky enough to have day jobs that sometimes take us hopping around the world. This time around, we were lucky... Read More

Travel Post by Different Doors on the 01-05-16


Solo Travel Destination: Bogota, Colombia

This Solo Travel Society member found that with some common sense and awareness, the biggest risk in traveling to Bogota was never wanting to leave. The post Solo Travel Destination: Bogota,... Read More

Travel Post by Solo Traveler on the 05-11-15


Bogotá and the irony of safety

Our time in Bogotá was mostly spent researching other destinations, visiting yet another gold museum, taking a cable car up Monserrat for a spectacular view of the 8 million strong... Read More

Travel Post by So Much To See on the 22-10-15


Bogotá and the irony of safety

Our time in Bogotá was mostly spent researching other destinations, visiting yet another gold museum, taking a cable car up Monserrat for a spectacular view of the 8 million strong... Read More

Travel Post by So Much To See on the 22-10-15


Bogotá and the irony of safety

Our time in Bogotá was mostly spent researching other destinations, visiting yet another gold museum, taking a cable car up Monserrat for a spectacular view of the 8 million strong... Read More

Travel Post by So Much To See on the 22-10-15


Bogotá and the irony of safety

Our time in Bogotá was mostly spent researching other destinations, visiting yet another gold museum, taking a cable car up Monserrat for a spectacular view of the 8 million strong... Read More

Travel Post by So Much To See on the 22-10-15


Bogotá and the irony of safety

Our time in Bogotá was mostly spent researching other destinations, visiting yet another gold museum, taking a cable car up Monserrat for a spectacular view of the 8 million strong... Read More

Travel Post by So Much To See on the 22-10-15


Art Destinations of Bogota

Paris and Florence: art destinations. Sure. But Bogota, Colombia? Absolutely! Lisa was fascinated to discover so many artist hot spots in Bogota. Don’t miss these on your trip! Graffiti Street Art... Read More

Travel Post by Daves Travel Corner on the 14-10-15


Taganga and Tayrona National Park

After a comfy but hair-raising ride, in which the driver would only overtake another vehicle over bridges, blind rises and corners, we found ourselves once again dumped on the side... Read More

Travel Post by So Much To See on the 27-08-15


Taganga and Tayrona National Park

After a comfy but hair-raising ride, in which the driver would only overtake another vehicle over bridges, blind rises and corners, we found ourselves once again dumped on the side... Read More

Travel Post by So Much To See on the 27-08-15


Taganga and Tayrona National Park

After a comfy but hair-raising ride, in which the driver would only overtake another vehicle over bridges, blind rises and corners, we found ourselves once again dumped on the side... Read More

Travel Post by So Much To See on the 27-08-15


Taganga and Tayrona National Park

After a comfy but hair-raising ride, in which the driver would only overtake another vehicle over bridges, blind rises and corners, we found ourselves once again dumped on the side... Read More

Travel Post by So Much To See on the 27-08-15


Taganga and Tayrona National Park

After a comfy but hair-raising ride, in which the driver would only overtake another vehicle over bridges, blind rises and corners, we found ourselves once again dumped on the side... Read More

Travel Post by So Much To See on the 27-08-15


Cartagena – La Heroica

Although our time in Colombia began in the city of Bogotá, our adventure really began in the steamy, colonial city of Cartagena, pronounced Carta-hena with a slight roll of the... Read More

Travel Post by So Much To See on the 17-08-15


Cartagena – La Heroica

Although our time in Colombia began in the city of Bogotá, our adventure really began in the steamy, colonial city of Cartagena, pronounced Carta-hena with a slight roll of the... Read More

Travel Post by So Much To See on the 17-08-15


Cartagena – La Heroica

Although our time in Colombia began in the city of Bogotá, our adventure really began in the steamy, colonial city of Cartagena, pronounced Carta-hena with a slight roll of the... Read More

Travel Post by So Much To See on the 17-08-15


Cartagena – La Heroica

Although our time in Colombia began in the city of Bogotá, our adventure really began in the steamy, colonial city of Cartagena, pronounced Carta-hena with a slight roll of the... Read More

Travel Post by So Much To See on the 17-08-15


Cartagena – La Heroica

Although our time in Colombia began in the city of Bogotá, our adventure really began in the steamy, colonial city of Cartagena, pronounced Carta-hena with a slight roll of the... Read More

Travel Post by So Much To See on the 17-08-15


Cartagena – La Heroica

Although our time in Colombia began in the city of Bogotá, our adventure really began in the steamy, colonial city of Cartagena, pronounced Carta-hena with a slight roll of the... Read More

Travel Post by So Much To See on the 17-08-15


Cartagena – La Heroica

Although our time in Colombia began in the city of Bogotá, our adventure really began in the steamy, colonial city of Cartagena, pronounced Carta-hena with a slight roll of the... Read More

Travel Post by So Much To See on the 17-08-15


Things to do in Cartagena Colombia

Surprisingly this was my first trip to Colombia; for some reason South America hadn’t demanded my attention yet in my travels. I was eager to leave the cold December in... Read More

Travel Post by Otts World on the 13-08-15


Travel By Senses in Mercado Bazurto Cartagena

This is the stuff that is normally kept far away from most American’s eyesight; the carnage that happens before that lovely piece of prime rib or fish fillet ends up... Read More

Travel Post by Otts World on the 11-08-15


Colombian Culture Moves You

I was expecting a handshake and I received a powerful, emotional hug – one that in my culture is normally reserved for close family or friends. I quickly learned being... Read More

Travel Post by Otts World on the 06-08-15


Life in Bogotá: 12 things you’ll soon discover

1. Queuing for a bus is rare On the TransMilenio bus system in Bogota, it’s every man for himself; unlike London buses, on most TransMilenio buses there aren’t specific doors for... Read More

Travel Post by Daves Travel Corner on the 09-06-15


A First Timer’s Guide to Cartagena

During the day, the colors of the sea set against the rich color palette of the surrounding buildings in Cartagena are stunning; like the imagination come to life. At night, lively... Read More

Travel Post by Travelettes on the 03-04-15