Colombia, visiting Bogota, Cartagena Colombia, seeing the Gold Museum, the Cathedral of Salt, and the shining seaside walled city of Cartagena.
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Bogota Colombia. Beyond the attraction of La Candelaria, parks and pockets to be explored.
Wild Women: Travel Adventures of a Worldly Woman. Lisa Alpine writes about meeting a tropical fish dealer in Colombia named Ray.
Andrew Dier writes about Expoartesanías a crafts fair in Bogotá, Colombia, where travelers can do some serious shopping for all locally made crafts.
Travel is a lot easier when you read about what others have done. Avoid the problems!
Deep in the Amazon jungle, at the borders of Colombia, Peru, and Brazil, Leticia is a jumping off point for adventure treks and river trips.
A guide to getting around Seoul South Korea…where to stay, where to eat, useful websites and not to miss attractions including Barefoot Parks.
All the major sites in and around Dharamsala and McLeod Ganj can be easily reached by walking or a short taxi ride,
Where we went: GoNOMAD staff reflect on the places they went in 2013.
Colombia | Pereira, Bogota, Cartagena photo gallery by Paul Shoul. Scenes from the cities and towns of Colombia by GoNOMAD’s top photographer.
San Andres Colombia: The Colombian archipelago of San Andres and Providencia 137 miles east of Central America and 442 miles north of Colombia. Laid back!
In the remote south of Colombia, Hattie Rowan discovers The Waterfalls, a cooperative living farm where the simple life is practiced in the jungle.