Travel Visa Requirements for Colombia
Colombia is a South American country known for its diverse culture and friendly people. Tourists are drawn to the country because of its rich history, archaeological ruins, and...
6 monthes ago - GoBackpacking
Avianca will add two U.S. routes in March
The Colombian carrier will launch Cartagena-New York and Medellin-Orlando service.
8 monthes ago - Travel Weekly
Dreams resort to open in Cartagena
It will be AMR Collection's first all-inclusive resort in South America.
8 monthes ago - Travel Weekly
Cartagena Sets the Stage for the Return of Travel
Travel to Colombia surged since the signing of the historic Peace Agreement in November 2016, ending a half-century-long conflict. A record 4.4 million visitors came to the...
One year ago - Global Traveler
How to Pretend You're in Cartagena Today
The Colombian port city, home to the trademark sounds and dances of the region, is so full of magic that it has inspired entire books by Gabriel García Márquez.
One year ago - NY Times
Colombia Lifts Travel Restrictions, Reopens Borders
After five months of quarantine, one of Latin America's longest lockdowns, Colombia lifted travel restrictions for international travelers. Spirit Airlines was among the first...
2 years ago - Global Traveler
How we met: 'I was too shy to speak to her at first'
Peter Humphreys, 46, and media teacher, Ana Rebolledo, 37, met on a roof terrace in Colombia in 2018. They married last year but, due to the visa process, are living apart in...
2 years ago - The Guardian
San Blas Islands: Paradise in Panama
Dave in San Blas The San Blas Islands in Panama are a paradise for backpackers, myself included. This archipelago of 365 islands lies just off Panama's Caribbean coast, making...
2 years ago - GoBackpacking
Travel the World Through These Dance Tutorials
Here are eight cultural dances that you can learn at home through online tutorials or mobile dance apps.
2 years ago - NY Times
PhD student dedicates thesis to his two-legged dog Chicha for teaching him that 'anything is possible with love'
Martin Garcia Cartagena recently completed his doctorate degree and believes he wouldn't have been able to do it without his beloved, disabled dog, Chicha, by his side.
2 years ago - Stuff
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Jayson Home's Passion For Beautiful Things
There is no shortage of beautiful interior shops in my part of the world but there a some overseas shop where I really would like to shop. Jayson Home is one of those shops. At...
The city Europeans tried to erase
Archaeologists denied its true origins for centuries
Manushi Chhillar in princessy white lehenga sets the ramp on fire at fashion...
Manushi in princessy white lehenga sets the ramp on fire at fashion show
Iman makes the case for fashion's humanity
Iman is defending her image, and that of other Black models, from the forgetful fog of history.
Rachel Roddy's recipe for sweet-and-sour grilled vegetables | A kitchen in Rome
A late lunch in Messina inspires this sweet-and-sour dish of griddled courgette and aubergine The Strait of Messina is always busy - especially in July. Ferry boats - some...
How we met: ‘It's like waking up to sunlight every day. I yearned for a...
Ron, 69, and Jaana, 59, met in the street in Tallinn, Estonia, when they were both looking for directions. They now live together in Australia In the summer of 2014, Ron...
Should I cash in my endowment and pay off my £41,000 interest-only mortgage?
I could use the £200 a month to overpay on my repayment mortgage Q My endowment is due to mature next year in September. It is a nonprofit policy, so there is no bonus for...
How to spend seven days in Provence
Charming villages, natural wonders, and historic cities with galleries galore, all basking in off-season sunshine. For Rudolf Abraham, Provence offers delights all year round...
Natural wonders, cultural marvels and rustic glamour: Provence - in pictures
Its charming villages and stunning landscapes have long inspired artistic greats, while its museums, galleries and historic sites rival those of anywhere in France. You'll find...
Bizarre laws and strange cases: 10 unexpected facts about being a lawyer
Find out why certain lawyers wear wigs made from hemp, defend dead fish in court and refuse to shake hands with each other, as we reveal some awesome facts about the legal...