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Colombia: Joining a Fish Trader Named Ray

Colombia: Joining a Fish Trader Named Ray
Wild Women: Travel Adventures of a Worldly Woman. Lisa Alpine writes about meeting a tropical fish dealer in Colombia named Ray.

Colombia: Speedboating to Isla Baru

Colombia: Speedboating to Isla Baru
Isla Baru, near Cartagena Colombia: Traveling without a bed, and finding $25 rooms on the beach.

Top Ten Paul Shoul Photos of 2013

Top Ten Paul Shoul Photos of 2013
Paul Shoul, GoNOMAD's staff photographer, shows his favorite photos from 2013.

Colombia's Cool Capital City

Colombia's Cool Capital City
Bogota Colombia. Beyond the attraction of La Candelaria, parks and pockets to be explored.

Coffee Country in Central Colombia

Coffee Country in Central Colombia
Coffee Country of Colombia | A visit to Periera, a hacienda and the Corcora Valley

Colombia Photo Gallery

Colombia Photo Gallery
Colombia | Pereira, Bogota, Cartagena photo gallery by Paul Shoul

Return to Colombia: Prosperous and Safe in 2013

Return to Colombia: Prosperous and Safe in 2013
Colombia | Bogota, Cartagena Colombia, visiting Bogota and the shining Caribbean city of Cartagena.

The endangered Baudo Guan at La Manigua Botanic Garden on the Pacific Coast of Colombia

The endangered Baudo Guan at La Manigua Botanic Garden on the Pacific Coast of Colombia
The endangered Baudo Guan at La Maniqua botanic gardens in Colombia

A two-toed sloth at La Manigua Botanic Garden on the Pacific Coast of Colombia.

A two-toed sloth at La Manigua Botanic Garden on the Pacific Coast of Colombia.
A two-toed sloth at La Maniqua botanic gardens in Colombia

The hot lips plant at La Manigua Botanic Garden on the Pacific Coast of Colombia

The hot lips plant at La Manigua Botanic Garden on the Pacific Coast of Colombia
The hot lips plant at La Maniqua botanic gardens Colombia

The Jesus Christ lizard at La Manigua Botanic Garden on the Pacific Coast of Colombia.

The Jesus Christ lizard at La Manigua Botanic Garden on the Pacific Coast of Colombia.
At the Jesus Christ lizard at La Maniqua Botanic garden on the Pafific coast of Colombia

La Manigua Botanic Garden in Uramba Bahia Malaga National Park

La Manigua Botanic Garden in Uramba Bahia Malaga National Park
La Maniqua botanic garden in Uramba Bahia Malaga national park

Coffee Beans in Colombia

Coffee Beans in Colombia
Coffee Beans in Colombia

Wax Palms in the Green Mountains of Colombia

Wax Palms in the Green Mountains of Colombia
Wax palms in the Green Mountains of Colombia

Smoked Trout in Colombia

Smoked Trout in Colombia
Smoked trout in Colombia

A Horse-Drawn Wagon in Cartagena, Colombia

A Horse-Drawn Wagon in Cartagena, Colombia
A horse-drawn wagon in cartegena, columbia

A Mud Bath at the Volcano Totumo in Cartagena, Colombia

A Mud Bath at the Volcano Totumo in Cartagena, Colombia
A mudbath at the volcano Totumo in Cartegena, Columbia

The Walls of Cartagena, Colombia

The Walls of Cartagena, Colombia
The walls of Cartegena, Columbia

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A Former Convent in Cartagena, Colombia

A Former Convent in Cartagena, Colombia
A former convent in Cartegene Columbia

A Portico in Cartagena, Colombia

A Portico in Cartagena, Colombia
A portico in Cartegena, Colombia

Providencia, Colombia: A Guide for 'Making Lazy'

Providencia, Colombia: A Guide for 'Making Lazy'
San Andres Colombia: Mark Robertson visits the Colombian archipelago of San Andres and Providencia 137 miles east of Central America and 442 miles north of Colombia, where he learns to 'make lazy.'
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Colombia's Forgotten Pacific Coast

Colombia's Forgotten Pacific Coast
Colombia's Pacific coast is hard to get to, but provides travelers with some of the world's best whale watching plus a chance to go surfing, diving and mostly, to relax on a hammock in front of the se ...

Faces of Medellin, Colombia. By Paul Shoul.

Faces of Medellin, Colombia. By Paul Shoul.
The faces of Medellin, Colombia- page two. Photos by Paul Shoul

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Faces of Medellin, Colombia. By Paul Shoul.

Faces of Medellin, Colombia. By Paul Shoul.
Faces of Medellin, Colombia by Paul Shoul

The Faces of Medellin, Colombia

The Faces of Medellin, Colombia
Medellin, Columbia | A gallery of photos from Colombia by Paul Shoul.

Tales of Travel in Panama

Tales of Travel in Panama
An excerpt from Darrin DuFord's book, Is There a Hole in the Boat? Tales of Travel in Panama Without a Car

Read More About Colombia on GoNOMAD

Read More About Colombia on GoNOMAD
Colombia | A page with links to GoNOMAD stories about Colombia

GoNOMAD Articles About South America

GoNOMAD Articles About South America
South America: stories from all countries in the continent.brazil, uruguay, paraguay, ecuador, colombia, bolivia, peru

La Manigua Botanic Garden: The Beauty and Mystery of Colombia's Pacific Coast

La Manigua Botanic Garden: The Beauty and Mystery of Colombia's Pacific Coast
Pilar Quintana and Conor McShannon write about their efforts to conserve the amazingly diverse plants and wildlife on Colombia's Pacific Coast.

Colombia's Coffee Triangle: Pereira, Manizales and Armenia

Colombia's Coffee Triangle: Pereira, Manizales and Armenia
Colombia’s Coffee Triangle in the departments of Pereira, Manizales, and Armenia, where he enjoys splendid scenery, smoked trout and traditional Colombian hospitality.

Expoartesanias: Serious Shopping in Bogota, Colombia

Expoartesanias: Serious Shopping in Bogota, Colombia
Andrew Dier writes about Expoartesanías a crafts fair in Bogotá, Colombia, where travelers can do some serious shopping.

Colombia: Cartagena's Carousel of Carousing

Colombia: Cartagena's Carousel of Carousing
David Rich visits Cartagena, Colombia, which he calls 'a city of dizzying beaches, bays, canals, islands, and copious pulchritude in architecture, gemstones, and femininity.'

Colombia's Pacific Coast: Wild and Disconnected

Colombia's Pacific Coast: Wild and Disconnected
The author describes a trip to Colombia's Choco province, visiting the small villages of Nuqui, El Valle and Bahia Salono on the Pacific Coast of Colombia for jungle trekking and whale watching

Colombia's Pacific Coast: Wild and Disconnected, Page Two

Colombia's Pacific Coast: Wild and Disconnected, Page Two
The author describes a trip to Colombia's Choco province, visiting the small villages of Nuqui, El Valle and Bahia Salono on the Pacific Coast of Colombia for jungle trekking and whale watching.

Colombia: Hiking to the Lost City of Teyuan

Colombia: Hiking to the Lost City of Teyuan
Colombia: Dominic Degrazier hikes the long and dangerous path through the mountains of Colombia to the Lost City of Teyuan, with the help of his trusty guide Edwin.

Tales of Travel in Panama Without a Car

Tales of Travel in Panama Without a Car
An excerpt from Darrin DuFord's book, Is There a Hole in the Boat? Tales of Travel in Panama Without a Car

Inca Trails by Martin Li

Inca Trails by Martin Li
An excerpt from Inca Trails by Martin Li about an arduous journey by mule through the mountains of Bolivia and Peru.

Medellin, Colombia: From Fear to Hope

Medellin, Colombia: From Fear to Hope
Medellin, Colombia | Max Hartshorne visits Medellin, Colombia and sees a city that has come back from the brink.

Cartagena and Medellin, Colombia: No Fears!

Cartagena and Medellin, Colombia: No Fears!
Colombia: William Karz describes the attractions of Medellin and Cartagena, Colombia and its environs.
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