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Let's have a coffee in Colombia

For those of you who have followed my previous posts might have noticed that I am a bit obsessed with Colombia. Beside being an absolutely amazing travel destination that I highly recommend, it has also been my last trip before the pandemic that has managed to lock down an entire Planet… 582 palabras más


Juambe, a Caribbean and Colombian “Bocelli”

Robin Nelson Muñoz (Las 2 Orillas) writes about Juan Bernardo, a singer familiarly known as Juambe. Muñoz says, “With the lyricism and the emotionality of his songs, this artist patiently and calmly seeks to enter the hearts of Colombians.” 527 palabras más




Department of Columbia

stamps in collection: 0

uploaded images: 1

stamps issued: 1868-1903


1903 / Colombia Postage Stamp Overprinted “Habilitado Medellin A R” 19 palabras más


Colombia...sort of.

Unless you’ve just arrived on earth from Venus (and even then probably) you’re aware of the disruption Covid-19 is causing. I have very little to complain about; to date the only trouble the virus has caused me is in having to come home early from my South America trip. 3.247 palabras más


Luisa’s Vegan Chocolate Colombia Yanira 66% 89.5/100

This bar is made with cocoa beans from Antioquia, Colombia. This bar is made as part of a collaboration between the University of Nottingham, Innovate UK and Luisa’s Vegan Chocolate, you can read more about this project here –  723 palabras más

Colombian States (1862 - 1885)

The United States of Colombia (1862-85) consisted of nine original States: Antioquia, Bolivar, Boyaca, Cundinamarca, Panama, Santander, Cauca, Magdalena, and Tolima. Although Magdalena and Cauca did issue stamps they are not in the Scotts catalog. 244 palabras más