If you've been following my 10-day Colombia adventure, you'll know that I spent a couple of days relaxing in Villa de Levya, a colonial town of about 9,600 people. It's considered one of the best colonial villages in Colombia and was declared a National Monument in 1954 in order to preserve its . . .
As I've mentioned in previous posts, I joined Intrepid Travel for a 9-day tour of Colombia. After joining the group in Cartagena and spending a couple of days exploring the colonial city, we packed up our gear and headed to "Santa Marta." I put Santa Marta in quotation marks since we were about 45 . . .
In a previous post, I talked about the beginning of my Colombia trip and how it wasn’t exactly the start I was looking for. My trip started in Cartagena and I didn’t get to see as much of the city as I would’ve liked due to my luggage issues. I only had a couple of partial days to explore but I . . .