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COLOMBIA | Tue, 3 Mar 2015 | By finally | Views 
This story is a test for the REAL trip of a lifetime. I am trying to get familiar with this blog. I have never done one before. ;-)
This quick trip to Colombia was just a warm-up for The RTW trip in 2 months!!!
9 days in Colombia (President's ... Read more >
Tags: bogota, candelaria, cartagena, playa blanca, santa marta, tayrona, zipaquira
COLOMBIA | Wed, 25 Feb 2015 | By finally | Photo Gallery
9 days in ColombiaSee all 13 photos >>
Tags: bogota, cartagena
COLOMBIA | Sun, 4 Jan 2015 | By peacepigs | Views 
Greetings folks! Great news: Matt and I have both gotten gastroenteritis, aka what us Americans call "the stomach bug." Thus, we have stayed in Cartagena a few days longer than initially planned. Suffice to say, there are plenty of exciting things to ... Read more >
Tags: cartagena, castillo, empanadas, exploring
COLOMBIA | Tue, 16 Sep 2014 | By rubydoobyx | Views 
Can I just say that my favourite country (I've travelled to) would possibly be Colombia. The colours, the people, the life. A single day I spent there. One day. Not even 24 hours, actually. But that was enough. It was amazing.
Tags: cartagena, colombia, life, south america, spanish, travel
COLOMBIA | Mon, 19 May 2014 | By clare-tamea | Views 
Built by the Spanish mainly in C16th and C17th, Cartagena's old walled city is a beautiful, romantic place and one of our favourite towns in the world. The fortified walls were built to protect the citizens and their gold from raiding English pirates ... Read more >
COLOMBIA | Thu, 27 Feb 2014 | By kena | Views 
Wow Colombia is my favorite country in the world.
I have been on a wild wild ride through Colombia and living so much in the moment I haven’t felt so empowered to step out to write about it.
I stay in the ... Read more >
Tags: barranquilla, cartagena, ciudad perdida, colombia, kogi, lost city trek, santa marta, taganga
COLOMBIA | Sun, 9 Sep 2012 | By kamzam | Views  | Comments 
With a bit of time in my hands in Parque Tayrona I actually managed
to do some calculating and realised that I might be running out of time. That
meant that I could no longer afford the luxury of overstaying and needed to get
myself ... Read more >
Tags: cartagena, colombia, medellin, popayan, salento, silvia, valle de cocora, zona de cafetera
COLOMBIA | Thu, 15 Sep 2011 | By rachelina | Views 
After our rain soaked experience the day before, we decided to spend the following day covering ourselves in another substance: mud! Helen and I had been eagerly anticipating the Volcan de Lodo El Totumo since reading about it back in Leticia, but ... Read more >
Tags: beaches, cartagena, colombia, hammocks, midnight swim, mud volcano, playa blanca
COLOMBIA | Thu, 8 Sep 2011 | By rachelina | Views  | Comments 
Cartagena de Indias is the bread and butter of Colombian tourism. A beautiful colonial town with still intact walled remains, it is almost de rigor for anyone visiting Colombia to include it in their itinerary. Colorful, gorgeous and a historical delight, ... Read more >
Tags: cartagena, cocaine, colombia, colonial, salsa
COLOMBIA | Mon, 1 Nov 2010 | By sobrea | Views 
As we were sailing through the San Blas islands and I was thinking
that things couldn’t possibly get any better, we landed in Cartagena, Colombia.
Cartagena is a place of beautifully restored colonial building, where the color
to wear is white ... Read more >
Tags: bogota, cartagena, colombia, getsemani, jw marriott, monserrate
COLOMBIA | Thu, 14 Oct 2010 | By ryanandjo | Views 
To get to the Caribbean Coast we had to take our first overnight bus in Colombia. Throughout South America we had been warned of arctic overnight buses caused by powerful
air conditioning, but having never experienced anything other than the natural ... Read more >
Tags: capurganá, caribbean coast, cartagena, darien gap, diving, santa marta, taganga, tayrona
ARGENTINA | Tue, 1 Sep 2009 | By steffen_graz | Views  | Comments 
Herzliche Grüße aus Puerto Obaldia,
dem wohl langweiligsten Ort der Welt! Seit 2 Tagen sitze ich hier
fest! Wie es dazu kam, lest Ihr im folgendem Text!
Also nach der tollen Exkursion auf die
Guajira Halbinsel (letzter Bericht) bin ich ... Read more >
Tags: capurganá, cartagena, puerto obaldia, turbo
COLOMBIA | Thu, 24 Jul 2008 | By katrinamckeever | Views 
We spent three days on a bus traveling across the length of the country to reach the sunny Caribbean coast and arrived in Cartagena happy and hot. We ditched plans to stay in the back packer ghetto at Gethsemane shortly after I accidentally wandered ... Read more >
Tags: caribbean, cartagena, city walls, colombia, gethsemane, latin america, photograph, photography, salsa, south america
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Cornish Legend holds that the Mount was built by the giant, 'Cormoran'. Cormoran, would wade ashore from the island, to snatch cows and sheep as they grazed in the local fields around Marazion. A local boy rowed out to the island whilst Cormoran slept. He worked through the night; digging a deep pit (shown here) half way up the northern slope of the Mount. By morning, the pit was complete; Jack stood to one side of it and blew on his horn to wake the mighty Cormoran. The giant ran down the hillside, with the glare of the early morning sun dazzling his eyes. He failed to see either Jack or the pit and fell headlong into it.
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