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The Amazon!

Wednesday, 16 Nov 2011 | Views [1649] | Comments [1]

We said our goodbyes to the boys in Bogota and flew to Leticia which is a small concrete town built miles from any other civilisation in the Amazon jungle. Leticia borders Brazil and Peru and the great Rio Amazonas (Amazon River) flows between them.... Read more >

Photos: The Amazon

Wednesday, 16 Nov 2011 | Photo Gallery

Colombia, Peru, Brazil
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Photos: Cities - Medellin & Bogota

Thursday, 10 Nov 2011 | Photo Gallery

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Cities - Medellin & Bogota

Thursday, 10 Nov 2011 | Views [1198]

We had gotten so used to just turning up at a hostel and not having any problems that we hadn’t really been prepared for the hostel in Medellin being fully booked. After 17.5 hours on an overnight bus, we were tired and the city is so spread out that ... Read more >

Into the wild... (Tayrona National Park)

Monday, 7 Nov 2011 | Views [2027]

Santa Marta left a lot to be desired. The beaches waters were murky and the sand was covered in rubbish…. It certainly didn’t look like a Caribbean Beach yet it is. The streets were covered in rubbish, mud and large puddles, I couldn’t go anywhere ... Read more >

Photos: Tayrona National Park, Colombia

Sunday, 6 Nov 2011 | Photo Gallery

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Welcome to Colombia! (Cartagena)

Monday, 31 Oct 2011 | Views [1792] | Comments [2]

After asking around a few different hostels on a street in Cartagena (and viewing the rooms this time) we settled for the cheapest we could find for a private room. Air conditioning cost double so we had to settle with a mere fan. At least here we ... Read more >

Photos: Cartagena, Colombia

Monday, 31 Oct 2011 | Photo Gallery

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