Colombia In 18 Days! The Whole Schibang

For the last six Mondays we’ve brought you a review of each stop from an 18 day group trip down the backpacking trail through Colombia. We started in Bogota, and then made our way to San Gil, Barichara, Cartagena, Tayrona National Park, and Medellin.

Hopefully you enjoyed the videos, if you missed them you can click on the links below.

Right now maybe you’re busy or you only have so much time or maybe you just like seeing each stop by itself. Well these are the links for you. Pick your shot! Or take them all, we’ve lined them all up on the bar for you!

Part I – Bogota

Part II – San Gil

Part III – Barichara

Part IV – Cartagena

Part V – Tayrona Nat’l Park

Part VI – Medellin

Or maybe you want to chug the whole trip like a cold can of beer. Well, you can do that too. Just click on the video player below and you can watch the stops summarized all into one video.

Or maybe you’re totally hardcore. Maybe you wanna go way beyond just chugging a can of beer. All right, we have something just for you maniacs. If you’re ready for the whole freakin’ show or you want to do a keg stand, click on the link below!

If you have any questions regarding Colombia leave me a comment or send me an email and I will answer them as best as I can. I’m happy to make suggestions or help with planning an itinerary.

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Colombia In 18 Days! — Part I : Bogota

A li’l while ago I showed you the preview trailer for a trip I took with some friends in August 2010. Over the next seven Mondays I will show you a short video from each stop we made on the backpackers trail in Colombia. I hope you enjoy them. The first video is at the bottom of this post.

To begin our adventure we all flew in from Los Angeles to Bogota, Colombia. We stayed at Destino Nómada Hostel in the La Candelaria area where most backpackers stay. It was a nice, convenient hostel to stay at. The first day and a half Jose, Mathieu and I walked around La Candelaria taking in the sights. We checked out Plaza de Bolivar, Catedral Primada, and the Botero Museum. For my first dinner in Colombia I enjoyed a bowl of Ajiaco, a thick traditional soup with potatoes, chicken, avocado, dairy cream, herbs, and corn. After dinner, the owners of the hostel invited us along for a night out in Zona Rosa including lots of shots of aguardiente.

Destino Nomada Hostel


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