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Beyond Bogota

Beyond Bogota

The International Team

October 3, 2015 by AI_Bogota

 

Above and Beyond

September 19, 2015 by AI_Bogota

When I was in Bogota one of the things that captivated my attention the most was the landscape surrounding the city. Let me give you some context so it makes… Read more…

Part 5: The beaten path

September 5, 2015 by AI_Bogota

This is a story of a trip with a group of friends in the north region of Colombia, the trip started in Santa Marta and finished in el Cabo de… Read more…

Part 4: Flamingos and Stereos

August 22, 2015 by AI_Bogota

‘This is a story of a trip with a group of friends in the north region of Colombia, the trip started in Santa Marta and finished in el Cabo de… Read more…

High winds and flying

August 8, 2015 by AI_Bogota

  Ok, so this post might be a little bit of cheating because we have already written about Villa de Leyva and Cartagena, and we want to show you the… Read more…

Part 3: Holiday Hitchhiking

July 18, 2015 by AI_Bogota

‘This is a story of a trip with a group of friends in the north region of Colombia, the trip started in Santa Marta and finished in el Cabo de… Read more…

Colombia goes to London

July 4, 2015 by AI_Bogota

This time around, we have the pleasure of writing about something that takes place well Beyond Bogota, beyond the Atlantic and in the city of London. We were invited by… Read more…

Guest Post: Chicamocha Canyon

June 20, 2015 by AI_Bogota

Arguably one of the most amazing places to visit in Colombia. Whether you enjoy extreme adventures ranging from paragliding, rafting and mountain biking to something a bit calmer like hiking… Read more…

Guest Post: In the Salt Mines

June 6, 2015 by AI_Bogota

When I arrived in Bogota one of the first things that kept coming up, that according to everyone I met in town I simply “had to see” was the salt… Read more…

Guest Post: The Miami of South America

May 23, 2015 by AI_Bogota

Today’s blog entry is about cocktails, Champeta, and Caribbean spirit: Cartagena, Colombia’s one million city at the Atlantic coast. With an average temperature of 28 °C (82 °F), Cartagena is… Read more…