Giorgi's Journey

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EL OCASO COFFEE FARM IN SALENTO : WHAT TO KNOW ABOUT COLOMBIAN COFFEE

Coffee is very important for Colombia, environmentally and economically speaking. A lot of people are attracted to Colombia because of its farms and its coffee. There are so many farms you can visit but El Ocaso is definitely one of the best. El Ocaso is a coffee farm situated in the heart of Salento, only […]

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GUATAPÉ, TWO DAYS IN THE MOST COLOURFUL TOWN IN COLOMBIA

Guatapé is a two hours bus ride away from Medellín. If you want to get to Guatapé by bus from the city of Medellín, you can go to Terminal Norte. You can reach the terminal by taxi which would be around 8 euros or by metro. The terminal is situated close to the stop Caribe. […]

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MEDELLÍN, THE TWO FACES OF A CITY ON ITS REVIVAL

Medellín is known for being once one of the most dangerous cities in the world. Nowadays, things have changed and Medellín is far from being as dangerous as in the past, much so people are coming from all over the world to visit it.   Some people are still concerned about visiting what was once […]

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CARTAGENA, WHERE IMAGES TELL STORIES AND MUSIC NEVER MISSES

Here I am, writing from a little café in Colombia about our stay in the happy city of Cartagena. Cartagena is an array of culture, tradition, and shades of the brightest colors. Walking in Cartagena would make everybody happier. No matter which mood you have on that day, your soul would be definitely filled with […]

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IQUITOS, 2 NIGHTS AND 3 DAYS IN THE MIDDLE OF THE PERUVIAN RAIN-FOREST

‘The clearest way into the universe is through a forest wilderness.’ So many countries in South America contain the Amazon rain-forest. Brazil has 60% of it, then second place is for Peru with 13%, followed by Colombia and then Ecuador, Venezuela, and Bolivia. There are different ways and different places you can decide to experience […]

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