Dual perspectives on world travel

La Boquilla: ecotours of life at the edge

One of our days in Cartagena was spent in La Boquilla, a fisherman’s town, though really now a marginal neighborhood in the outskirts of Cartagena. Before heading to Colombia Laura did some research and found an eco-tour of La Boquilla’s mangroves offered by a local...
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Cartagena: Getsemani Street Art Photo Gallery

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Cartagena Colombia Travels: Romantic Get Away

So now that we’ve taken you to the capital of Colombia, along the Rio Magdalena, into the mountains, and through coffee country… let’s go to the coast! Cartagena is Colombia’s most popular tourist destination for good reason. This coastal city on the Caribbean boasts...
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Cartagena: New Memories in the Old City

To happiness the same applies as to truth: one does not have it, but is in it. Indeed, happiness is nothing other than being encompassed, an after-image of the original shelter within the mother. But for this reason no-one who is happy can know that he is so. To see...
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Intro to Public Transportation: Not just for locals!

When I was 19 I moved to Washington, DC for the summer to work an internship. My dad flew out with me to help get me settled, and the first day we wanted to do some sight-seeing. Walking to the nearest Metro station, I looked at the map, bought our fare cards, and...
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11 Reasons Colombia should be your next vacation destination

Offered in no particular order, and far from exhaustive, allow us to offer 11 reasons Colombia should be your next vacation destination: 1. Varied climates Colombia is the only country in South America to boast coastlines on both the Atlantic and Pacific oceans...
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