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Colombia: Medellin

By | October 26th, 2019|

Medellin We have flown from Santa Marta to Medellin with Viva Columbia. Be careful with checking your luggage allowance: your hand luggage has to be of a limited size and about 8 kg.  From the Medellin airport a bus to the city costs 10000 peso pp and takes about 1 hour. Before the trip, I didn’t [...]

Colombia: Minca

By | October 26th, 2019|

Minca At our hostel at Costeño Beach we made a deal that although we didn’t spend another night there, we were allowed to use the facilities and take a shower, which was a blessing after the exhausting hike. Then, we headed to Minca. A taxi from Santa Marta to Minca costs 40000 peso (the first two drivers wanted [...]

Costeño Beach and Tayrona National Park

By | October 25th, 2019|

Costeño Beach From Santa Marta we went to Playa Costeño with a bus (6000 peso pp, one hour ride). You will be dropped at the intersection of the main road and a narrow dusty road going to the beach. There you will be most probably greeted by the mototaxis and you’d rather take one of them: the walk [...]

Colombia: Cartagena and Santa Marta

By | June 11th, 2019|

Cartagena We spent five nights in Cartagena visiting a language school. Probably, I will not surprise you by claiming that Cartagena is gorgeous. Our impression was that in the city center, literally each house was colorful, clean and decorated with flowers. Later, we realized that it was not allowed to hang your laundry on the balcony in the [...]

Weekend getaway in Andalusia: Cordoba

By | April 13th, 2019|

We anticipated that parking situation in Cordoba will be as tense as in Malaga or Granade, therefore we googled the free parking before we drove to this city. We found free parking in the area of Torre De Calahorra. You have to be aware of the self-proclaimed “valets”, who wave you in the free slot and “help” you to [...]

Weekend getaway in Andalusia: Granada

By | April 13th, 2019|

Alhambra In Arabic, “Alhambra” means “Red Castle”. In the 9th century, Alhambra used to be a military fortress as it is located on a strategic point, with a superior view over the whole city and at the meadows. In the 13th century, the royal residence was established here; Alhambra lasted in that status until [...]

Weekend getaway in Andalusia: Malaga

By | April 12th, 2019|

For those who searches for a perfect weekend getaway, I have another suggestion! Have you ever considered Malaga as destination point? If not, you should! Because of direct flights, warm climate, delicious fish and seafood… and two other gorgeous cities 1,5-hour drive away, Granada and Cordoba. Malaga Catedral de la Encarnación de Málaga Translated from Spanish, [...]

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