My Three Favorite Colombian Soups

February 17, 2014


Originally posted on Uncover Colombia | Travel Blog:
Countries are always characterized by their most traditional foods, and, while there are many outstanding dishes in Colombia, some of the most traditional and coincidentally most delicious are soups! Many people find it surprising that a Latin American country’s traditional cuisine includes soups, as most think menus in…

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Main Cities on the Colombian Caribbean Coast Part I

February 17, 2014


Originally posted on Uncover Colombia | Travel Blog:
Taking advantage of the fact that I live on the Colombian Caribbean Coast, I want to tell you about some of the major cities in this region of Colombia. Today, I want to focus on the cities of Cartagena and Barranquilla, my current city. Cartagena Cartagena is not…

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Street Food in Colombia Part II

January 31, 2014


Originally posted on Uncover Colombia | Travel Blog:
As you may remember me telling you in a previous post, street food is not only very popular in Colombia, but also very common. You will find at least one street food vendor on almost every street corner as you go through any Colombian city. In my previous…

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Airports in Colombia II: Jose Maria Cordova in Medellín & Rafael Núñez in Cartagena

January 31, 2014


Originally posted on Uncover Colombia | Travel Blog:
A couple of months ago, I wrote a post about the new international wing of El Dorado International Airport in Bogotá. Today, I want to talk to you about two other major airports in Colombia that you may pass through or enter Colombia through during your travels. The…

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Street Food in Colombia: Part I

January 31, 2014


Originally posted on Uncover Colombia | Travel Blog:
Before I lived in Colombia, I don’t think I really even knew what real street food was. In my hometown of Hueytown, Alabama there was not really a street food culture, and even in Birmingham, Alabama—the biggest city in Alabama, there wasn’t a well-developed or diverse street food…

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