The Salt Cathedral of Zipaquira

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25 April 2013

The Salt Cathedral of Zipaquira

In Bogota? Looking for an exciting day trip? How would you like to visit a church built underground? Until 2008, when I took a day trip with some friends to the small city of Zipaquira, I had never even heard of a cathedral being constructed underground, much less within a salt mine. Boy, was I glad I decided to join my friends on their day trip to Zipaquira!

Guatavita and Sesquile: Our new day tour to the spiritual home of the Muiscas

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23 April 2013

Guatavita and Sesquile: Our new day tour to the spiritual home of the Muiscas

We are very happy to announce the launch of our new tour to Guatavita and Sesquile.

Must-Know Colombian Slangs: Part I

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21 April 2013

Must-Know Colombian Slangs: Part I

This is the first of a multi-post series dealing with Colombian slang. As with any language, there are innumerable slangs that are invaluable for both language students as well as foreign travellers mingling with locals or itching to practice their language skills. In this series, I’ll focus on phrases I think are both commonly used and useful for travellers or expats in Colombia.

Five must-dos for your Bogota itinerary

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18 April 2013

Five must-dos for your Bogota itinerary

Are you in Bogota or planning to travel there soon? Well, there are a few things you should make sure are on your “to-do” list once you’re there.

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