Colombia

Is Colombia Safe? | Gringo’s Travel Guide

I heard footsteps pacing behind me. They started to speed up. Too nervous to look behind me, I kept focused on what lay in front of me. I was in a “nice” area, but I couldn’t help but wonder…Is Colombia safe? As the footsteps drew near, I had to turn around. Somebody was almost right […]

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12 Essential Colombia Travel Tips to Know Before You Go

Interested in a few Colombia travel tips? Curious to learn more about this “dangerous” South American country? First and foremost, Colombia certainly isn’t as “dangerous” as they say. Actually, it’s one of my favorite countries in the world. And there’s a number of reasons for that! Colombia Travel Tips to Know Before You Go Still, […]

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Bogota Travel Guide For Digital Nomads

I’ve been living and working online in the capital of Colombia for nearly two months now, so I have a pretty good grasp of the city. After these couple months, I’m ready to put out a Bogota travel guide for digital nomads and travelers alike. Bogota is a large metropolitan city with first-world amenities in […]

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Cost of Living in Bogota, Colombia – Zona T Edition

While the cost of living in Bogota, Colombia isn’t dirt cheap, you can live here for a lot cheaper than in the United States. After being here for nearly two months, I have a decent idea about what things cost here. Colombia’s Most Expensive City Bogota may be Colombia’s most expensive city, especially for foreigners […]

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Bogota Nightlife | The 14 Best Bars and Clubs in 2020

I’ve said it before and I’ll say it again: Bogota nightlife is the best in Latin America. It’s the bomb diggity. The bee’s knees. Nowhere I’ve been comes close. There’s nothing like Zona T anywhere in the entire region. Sure, Medellin has Parque Lleras – but that’s a gringo trap and prepago-infested. Not a huge […]

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11 Observations After Living in Bogota, Colombia

Living in Bogota, Colombia isn’t most gringos first choice when coming to the country, but it was for me after my second trip to the city. I decided to set up shop the third time around and spend six months here. See, most gringos go to Medellin when they come to Colombia. And I get […]

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