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Ditching a bed for a hammock by the sea

March 23rd 2016
This our 100th blog!!! Thank you everybody for reading and following our adventures. We hope you still enjoy reading them as much as we love sharing them. Some countries more than others are known for having the perfect beaches; for the relaxing, unwinding and admiring the pure beauty of their idyllic setting. The ones that spring to mind include the picture perfect beaches of Mexico, Maldives, S ... read more
South America » Colombia » Santa Marta » Parque Nacional Tayrona

Colombian Flag Colombia was one of the three countries that emerged from the collapse of Gran Colombia in 1830 (the others are Ecuador and Venezuela). A 40-year insurgent campaign to overthrow the Colombian Government escalated during the 1990s, undergirded in part... ... read more
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25th March 2016

Blogging from Paradise!
What a memorable place for your 100th blog--congratulations! Perfect beaches, boulders, forests, warm swimming water and no traffic--excellent! I will definitely go there now, too! Amazing that you saw some indigenous people there--I've never read that on any other blogs, but so sad about the little girls having babies--so dangerous for them. But how magical for you to both be in such a special place and glimpse those who still live in their traditional ways. Great photos, too!
28th March 2016

Re: Blogging from paradise
Thank you Tara. We would definitely recommend Tayrona Park, it's just so beautiful and picturesque. It was sad to learn about the young girls of the indigenous people here. We love that despite the tourism happening around them, they've still maintained their traditions and culture but the young pregnancies is probably one aspect we'd like to see ended there. Still, it was a bonus to actually see them let alone manage to take a picture.

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