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5 Reasons Why We Just Couldn’t Leave Cali, Colombia

As you read in our “So You Think You Can Dance” post, we headed to Cali, Colombia in search of a chance to learn how to salsa dance. The top pros in the world call Cali home so we figured that despite our 4 left feet…these guys must be able to help us out. And [...]

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So You Think You Can Dance

We came to Cali, Colombia with one purpose in mind, and that was to learn to salsa. Except I am going to use the word “learn” very loosely. We recognized that as two awkward Caucasians utterly void of rhythm, this was going to be a challenge. Maybe a more appropriate verb would be ‘struggle’. Yes, [...]

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One Hot & Spicy Friday Night in Cali, Colombia

Without a doubt Cali, Colombia has completely blown us away. As some of you know, we are here learning how to salsa dance…and soon I hope to report that our moves are of the hot & spicy variety to which I’m referring to in this blog. However, we took a night off from trying to [...]

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Colours of Cartagena

For me, Cartagena, Colombia is one of those cities that is just fun to wander around in without any kind of said destination. We spent our days in the Old City which is great for wandering because the colonial buildings are each so unique and colourful and you can’t really get lost (well, maybe Skott [...]

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A Travel Story We Probably Shouldn’t Tell Our Parents

Every once in awhile when you are travelling, you come into a situation that shouldn’t be shared with your parents back home, at least not until you are certain you have made it through the ordeal unscathed. For example, telling your folks that you have contracted malaria while you are currently dealing with the hallucinogenic [...]

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Summer in the City For My Birthday!!

The slight downside to seeking out “Skottland“ was that in order to make our flights work for our next GUAG adventure in Colombia, we had to get on a bus at 4:30am to take the six hour trip from Golfito to San Jose…on my birthday : ( Ammends were promised to be made though with [...]

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