Colombia Travel Stories

At 7 p.m. on a Friday, the patio of Basilica, a Peruvian-Asian restaurant on one of the most prized street corners in Medellin, Colombia, is bustling. Young men in polo shirts and blue jeans are passing around a bottle of rum at the bar, and women in miniskirts and stilettos are being seated at t...
 
Coming and Going: Colombia Has Heart; Baggage Fee Hikes (Post, August 30, 2009)
 
COLOMBIA: In the New Cartagena, Night Life Trumps Strife (Post, December 9, 2007)
 
COLOMBIA: A Jolt of Coffee Culture in the Jungle (Post, November 23, 2003)
 
Cartagena: Safe Haven?: In a region torn by violence, the Colombian resort town offers a measure of peace. (Post, December 29, 2002)
 

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