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Isla Fuerte

An island of ancient trees, pirate legend and time sensitive donkeys is as strange as they come.
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Paris terrorism

When wealth dries up after terrorist attacks on tourists, locals who depend on tourism to earn a living sink deeper into poverty, and become even more vulnerable to radicalization.
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global entry tsa colombia

Colombians can now save travel time by applying for pre-approved security clearance at U.S. airports.
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VivaColombia

The Dublin-based Irelandia Aviation buys majority stake in Colombia’s low cost carrier, VivaColombia.
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San Agustin Google

Google Street View has its cameras on Colombia’s San Agustín park declared a UNESCO World Heritage site in 1995.
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Visiting Salento and the Cocora Valley is a must when in Colombia. Here some tips on how to enjoy your travels through the heart of Colombia’s coffee region.
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macondo

On the eve of the second anniversary of the passing of Nobel Gabriel García Márquez, a Colombian writer returns to his native land to break the spell of “solitude.”
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