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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 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 Maniqua botanic garden in Uramba Bahia Malaga national park
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Coffee Beans in Colombia
Coffee Beans in 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

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A Horse-Drawn Wagon in Cartagena, Colombia
A horse-drawn wagon in cartegena, columbia
The Walls of Cartagena, Colombia
The walls of Cartegena, Columbia
A Mud Bath at the Volcano Totumo in Cartagena, Colombia
A mudbath at the volcano Totumo in Cartegena, Columbia
A Portico in Cartagena, Colombia
A portico in Cartegena, Colombia
A Former Convent in Cartagena, Colombia
A former convent in Cartegene Columbia
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.
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 ...
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Expoartesanias: Serious Shopping in Bogota, Colombia
Andrew Dier writes about Expoartesanías a crafts fair in Bogotá, Colombia, where travelers can do some serious shopping.
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