Somewhere in Medellin

Colombia travel stories

Plaza Botero in Medellin, Colombia

Botero Sculptures in Plaza Botero The Morning in Plaza Botero The morning before leaving my week in Medellin, Colombia, I made it downtown to Plaza Botero, which is named after famed Colombian artist Fernando Botero. The hoped to visit Museo de Antioquia for art and...

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The Cool Colombian Sierra Nevadas

It was rainy or “low” season in Colombia, but I needed a high. It may sound impossible, but one can honestly get tired of the beach. I had been traveling for three weeks along Colombia’s gorgeous stretch of Caribbean coastline when I inexplicably reached my limit. I...

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Down and Dirty in Cartagena

I got out of the minivan and gaped in amazement. My friends had not been kidding: it was a mud volcano. The 50-foot Volcano Totumo loomed over the landscape, dwarfing the surrounding thatched-roof huts. The eco-tour took passengers just 25 miles outside of Cartagena...

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Plaza Life of South America

Some of the most enjoyable memories on my year long journey through South America happened while sitting, reading, gazing, listening, talking, zoning out or all of the above in a town’s plaza. Whether it was the fullness of trees and detailed flower structures...

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More Medillin with Flowers (video podcast)

Jason Fitzpatrick comes through with the scents and sensations of the Festival of Flowers in Medillin, Colombia. In this video Jason shows off the flowers, pretty girls, larges crowds, traditional dances, classic faces and some surprising humor from our narrator,...

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The Flowers of Medellin

I recently traveled to Medellin, Colombia for the Festival of Flowers. Medellin is going through an exciting time of change and prosperity. As always, I brought along my HD camera so I could share my experience with all of you. I hope you enjoy it. Remember, all of...

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Miraculous Medellin

It’s hard to forget the images of burnt ruined buildings and assassination victims lying in the streets from the days when Medellin was the world capital of Narco-Terrorism. Truthfully, that was all that I really knew about Medellin before I went, so when I got the...

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Simple Pleasures In Foreign Lands

The French have a word for people watchers "Flaneur." I've always liked that word, and definitely consider my self to be one. Its funny to me that one of my favorite things to do when I travel is something I do almost every day here in the Los Angeles. Find a cafe or...

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Traveling in Colombia!…?

This past June, my assignment was to evaluate Colombia’s tourist potential. Knowing only of the country as a land soiled by conflict, travel warnings, and infamous kingpins, I was wary of what may happen to me if I was only armed with a pen. What I feared most was...

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