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... Bogotá is basically in the center of the country, and the equator only runs through the southern third or so.
Question: Where exactly is Colombia?
Answer: Colombia is located in South America. Surrounding countries include Venezuela, Brazil, Peru, Ecuador, and Panama. As the map shows, we are right on the northern tip of South America. As a result, it really doesn't take that long to travel here-- it's about 7 hours of total ...
... Now I know why. In this shop I found the perfect-sized travel set with hand carved pieces and a beautiful fold-up board. To top it off, the pieces are the Aztecs/indigenous versus the Conquistadores. I think the first time I play with it I'll be the indigenous and try to rewrite history a bit. In another shop, a hippie-dippie-type place, I found some really cool sea-shell gauges that I bought for my ears or perhaps for a gift for someone. I talked to the hippie guy who runs the ...
... to try and find someting to eat. Carrera 7, the main pedestrian street, was just one block away. We noticed very quickly that it's a lot colder here, even with a hoodie on, you could still feel a bit of a chill. The street was packed and there were lots of vendors selling their wares off the pavement. It's quite a different feel here to other parts of Colombia but that is maybe a combinaton of such a big city and where we were actually walking. It would probably compare closest ...
... and his sister became a drug addict and was beaten to death in
the streets of Bogota. Having lived in fear and dealt with daily threats of
violence his parents moved him and his brother to Venezuala for better lives
about 20 years ago. He said up until recently the violence in Colombia was
everywhere – his cousins were all farmers who were run off their lands by the
cocaine growers, and there was a lot of pressure to join the cartels in ...
... full of beautiful old colonial buildings, great restaurants and arty shops - and as such this is where the tourists go. We had some nice meals that were reminiscent of good restaurants back home, and enjoyed our little one bedroom apartment (including hammock and nice view) for our last night in ...