We listed few travel tips for Amazon that you must know before your trip. Once finished our trip to the Amazon we are with courage and experience to explain some advices if you are planing a trip to the Amazon: 1. It is save to travel to the Colombian Amazon. There are not public order problems,… Continue Reading 6 Travel tips for Amazon
Route to Leticia, Amazons. A dream come true. At last came the long-awaited moment of our lives , go to the jungle. The jungle of the Colombian Amazon. The flight from Bogota, Colombia, was delayed nearly two hours. Nerves to the skin and have to wait two hours a queue out the plane. We finally… Continue Reading Leticia, Amazons Day 1
Useful information about packing tips for Amazon trip. This is the most common question when travelling to the Amazons. Don’t worry, based on our experience, we are going to give you a quick overview about what to bring and what not in your trip to Amazons. Here we go with the “Packing tips for Amazon trip” list:… Continue Reading Packing tips for Amazon trip
Good morning readers. In this post we prepared tips for flying with a baby. We also invite you to visit our blog section with all items related tips for traveling with a baby. Our first experience was when Ingrid flew with Valentina, just the two from Barcelona to Bogota, Colombia. And second one, the return trip from Colombia:… Continue Reading Tips for flying with a baby
Colombia day 8. Fishing day. Today the local colombian people who we met during our trip invite us to go fishing. We never went to fishing using this kind of net and it was really complicated until they teach us how to do it 🙂 . We fish Mojarras and Cachamas, typical kind of fishes… Continue Reading Colombia day 8, fishing day
Colombia. Trip 2.0 day 6 Andrés Carne de Res. Andrés Carne de Res is a typical restaurant at Chía close to Bogotá Colombia. Andrés Jaramillo is a Colombian artist who decided to build his own art gallery doing at the same time a restaurant of it. We recommend you to go if you’re planning to visit Colombia.… Continue Reading Colombia day 7, Andrés Carne de Res
Colombia. Trip 2.0 day 6 Via Crucis. Via Crucis. This morning we met up with at least hundred Colombian local people. We followed, one by one, the fourteen Stations representing the moments of the live of Jesus. It’s quite strange, talking about my feelings, how this local Colombian people trust and feel the religion. A religion that the… Continue Reading Via Crucis, Colombia day 6
Colombia. Trip 2.0 day 5. How to make Panela. Panela is made from the juice of the sugarcane after boiling and the evaporation. We learnt how the local people work with the cane sugar. First of all, they collect all the sugar cane from the fields. Then, they introduce to the sugar mill, which separate… Continue Reading Colombia day 5, how to make Panela
Colombia, trekking day through the hills. We woke up ready to make an amazing trekking. We had a meeting with some Colombian guys of the region who showed the way of the walk. I’m not sure, but maybe it was the first time that I could see one of the most beautiful panoramic views of… Continue Reading Trekking through the hills, Colombia day 4
Sasaima, Colombia. As you can see on the first picture, I was dressed with the ‘peineta’ (like a big knife that you can use to: get bananas from the trees, cut some shrubbery, open a beer etc.) and ‘Volteado’ (typical colombian hat). After this text you can check the the pictures of the second day… Continue Reading Sasaima, Colombia day 3
Backpacking in Colombia, coffee beans day. We drove around 3 hours before we arrived to our new home for the next 18 days. We always say that it’s great idea to arrive to your destination place at night, like this you can not have any idea of the views and where you are. On this… Continue Reading Colombia coffee beans, day 2
We arrived in Colombia. Barcelona, Madrid, Bogota then three more hours driving a car. The best experience after landing in Colombia is feeling the atmosphere of the country by driving a car to get to a typical farm house in the middle of this amazing and mountaneous country where we’re going to spend these days.
We would like to invite you to follow our trip across Colombia. We’re updating day a day our trip, our adventures, our trekkings, our meals and of course our pictures. Hope that you’ll enjoy it and hope to get your advices and tips if you travelled before to Colombia. Wish that you’re going to have a nice day. 🙂
Great documental about Colombia by Anthony Bourdain.
Hi lovely readers, Today we want to let you know about this Korean video Commercial featuring colombian coffee brand.