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Safety in South America: Easy tips how to stay safe

Colombia, Destinations, Travel Tips

To begin with –  I LOVE SOUTH AMERICA! If you have your plane ticket and reading this post – I want to congratulate you, because it will be experience of a lifetime.

However, when you think South America, one of the first thoughts that pops into your head is  safety. But the truth is – it is not that bad. The further away you are, the more terrible scenarios  the mind tends to conjure up. So rule number 1DO NOT watch “City of Gods” or “Narcos” to get the feel of “South American culture”. 😀 Terrible mistake. But probably you already watched it, and now freaking out. 😀

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“We will go to visit a friend.” Christian was leading the way through the bushy wilderness on the bank of the river Magdalena. San Augustin village in the department of Huila is one of the popular tourists attractions of Colombia. The UNESCO protected Archaeological Park contains mysterious indigenous megalithic sculptures built most probably in 50–400 A.D. As no written information was found, no one know the actual purpose of these sculptures or who built them. Some say that magic is still alive here. But who knows…

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12 myths about Jamaica

Jamaica

Even though Jamaica is a small Caribbean island, with a population of a little bit less than 3 million, its unique culture (especially reggae and marijuana) brought it a worldwide fame and glory. Probably not everyone knows where Trinidad and Tobago is, but everyone knows where Jamaica is. Or if someone can’t show it on the map, at least they have an idyllic image how Jamaica should look like. I also came to Jamaica with a head full of stereotypes. But the Jamaica I found was far away from Bob Marley’s songs. Here are 12 myth busters that will completely change your idea about Jamaica.

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Hermit of Sierra Nevada: Sustainable lifestyle or why electricity is overrated?

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Sierra Nevada, located on the Carribean coast of Colombia, is considered to be the highest coastal mountains in the world. The local indigenous Kogi people claim it to be the spiritual heart of the world. One of the most spectacular glimpses of Sierra’s snow peaks you can get from a place called Cerro Kennedy – at the altitude of around 2500 m and very very early in the morning when the clouds break for just a couple of hours to unveil all the beauty. Cerro Kennedy is aproximately 8 hours walk from mountain village called Minca. We were on our way to the top, when we met a hermit, living alone in the mountains. He shared with us his unconventional ideas about life.

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