Travel Blogs from Rionegro, Colombia

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Goodbye Venezuela, Hello Colombia, Girón, Colombia travel blog

Goodbye Venezuela, Hello Colombia

A travel blog entry by thymeoff

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... de Venezuela'. A monument back up in the mountains had commemorated Bolívar's liberation campaign - not only of Venezuela, but Colombia, Panama, Ecuador, Peru and Bolivia as well. Born to a wealthy family in Caracas, he led many failed campaigns to ...

Palm Trees Galore, La Esperanza, Colombia travel blog

Palm Trees Galore

A travel blog entry by arango

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... little traffic. In this area, we saw millions of palm trees, as it is the main crop for the area (palm oil).  Colombia has the largest diversity of palms in the world, and although a few specific species were being cultivated in farms, there was ...

Airport Evacuation and First Aid, Rio Negro, Colombia travel blog

Airport Evacuation and First Aid

A travel blog entry by koinotely

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After laying on the floor behind a row of chairs trying to get some shut-eye while checking my bags and pockets incessantly with OCD like rectitude, I decided to hoist my 50 pound backpack over my shoulders and take my luggage stroller somewhere new, ...

Cool town, San Alberto, Colombia travel blog

Cool town

A travel blog entry by ddgfraser

Wow, again. It's good here, a bit hot, but not as bad as I had imagined. We followed the river lowlands uneventfully to near Bucaramanga, where the small town of San Alberto offered a nice fairly new hotel for us to rest at. We would have never found it, ...

Cabalgata Colombiana, Rionegro, Colombia travel blog

Cabalgata Colombiana

A travel blog entry by koyaya

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 לריו נגרו בכלל לא הייתי אמור להגיע, אף אחד ...

On the road north, San alberto, Colombia travel blog

On the road north

A travel blog entry by ddgfraser

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Heading toward Cartagena, a great little hotel that we stayed in a year ago has grown and become a more lovely place. The owner remembered us and welcomed us ...

We love our small colonial town´s......, Giron, Colombia travel blog

We love our small colonial town´s......

A travel blog entry by dockerills

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... less picky next time but it was the most comfortable of buses!     The ride was fabulous.  The scenery in Colombia is just amasing.  I think I need to stop saying that!  Anyways, we did have one interesting stopon this route and ...

The name I forget!, ???????????, Colombia travel blog

The name I forget!

A travel blog entry by shanesworld

There are very few tourists / travellers in Colombia by any standards. That said, I have seen travellers everywhere I have been in the country. I decided in Taganga, that I wanted to get away from all foreigners. To quote Ian (the Aussie I shared a beach ...

Rionegro -Parque national du cafe et finca la tata, Rionegro, Colombia travel blog

Rionegro -Parque national du cafe et finca la tata

A travel blog entry by jacquotlachance

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Rionegro est un vila tres tres petit ,,,ici c' est juste tu cafe et banana et plantano,,on parle juste de ca ici jajajaj,ici j' ai passe 3 jour dans une finca tres sensible a la nature  son non c' est la finca la tata les enploiye d' ici tres tres ...

Home away from home, Rionegro, Colombia travel blog

Home away from home

A travel blog entry by fabioybea

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Zurück in unser temporäres zuhause und ein kurzer Entspannungsstop. Danach mussten wir Abschied von Ernst, Wilson und Mona (dem friedlichsten Hund der Welt) nehmen und ab gings in die die ...

Rionegro, Rionegro, Colombia travel blog

Rionegro

A travel blog entry by camilo007

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Here begins the tour of eastern Antioquia and characterized by weather cold, here is the international airport Jose Maria ...

Day 59 - Barrancabermeja - 180m Waterfall, Barrancabermeja, Colombia travel blog

Day 59 - Barrancabermeja - 180m Waterfall

A travel blog entry by casebrownfamily

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Again we woke briskly today. Our aim was to get to Barrancabermeja by nightfall and we only knew that we had to change at Bucaramanga, which was about 3 hours away but we didn't know how long the journey was from there, we just knew it was about 81km. We ...

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