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... much about Colombia other then what I learned on the news, movies, and Juan Valdez Commercials. I knew Colombia had its problems, but what country doesn’t? I knew there was much more to discover beyond rebel groups, cocaine, and coffee. However, I couldn’t stop envisioning Colombians trying to escape the drug lords, or that every Colombian had a mustache, or a sombrero, or that they led their donkeys through the coffee fields. After dismissing what ...
CARNIVAL.....there's nothing like it! The excitement, the color, the passions could all be told in 30 seconds of video, but the real information about what's happening has to be understood first; otherwise in just looks like one big 4-day party!! (and who would want to come to Barranquilla for that?)
Carnival starts on the Saturday before Ash Wednesday with the Battle of the Flowers, which is the most important event ...
Aren't we all getting slower or more indecisive about sending out Christmas cards; or is it just me? I LOVE getting them --- especially the ones that include news of the family and past year happenings. But then, when I start my annual attempt to summarize news for our Christmas letter, I begin to question what others want to hear --- and the effort ...
... in by 6:00 p.m., when we were slated to get in around 8:00 or 9:00 in the morning. There would be no way to make any of the excursions.
The cruise line states in all their documents that it is always possible that sea and wind conditions may make port cancellations or changes to the itinerary necessary, but I had read on the Cruise Critic discussion boards that this itinerary (which they only do once a year), seems ...
... coked out landlord said that was a good place to start the party. There were people everywhere and a bunch were selling street food! Ssssooooo tasty! There were also a large contingent of both street lights and heavily armed police. Helmets, assault rifles, the whole nine yards. Three weeks in Columbia and my take is that it was the safest, cleanest, most policed, and best lit country I went to.