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Why People Travel the World

Why People Travel the World

By on Sep 4, 2014

“I never had to wait for a taxi in an airport,” Hennessy said. Originally, our Sunwing flight 772 was supposed to land in Panama City, but with the new Rio Hato Airport opening in the beginning of August we landed in Playa Blanca. We met a few minutes ago while waiting for a taxi. The blonde-hair, blue-eyed woman was heading to Panama City but needed to get to a bus...

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Camagüey Carnival in Cuba

Camagüey Carnival in Cuba

By on Jul 6, 2014

Tuesday, June 24, 2014 The Camagüey streets were dim; not many people walking except one street near Arturo’s casa particular. This street was full of people like a migrating herd of wildebeest at a watering hole. The street ran a few blocks. At one end a concert was being performed. Street meat, alcohol and temporary tattoos were all provided as I walked through...

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On Our Way To Pueblito Pance

On Our Way To Pueblito Pance

By on Jun 14, 2014

The taxi driver told us the cost to Pueblito Pance will be 75,000 COP from the Colombian Hostel.  We were off from our original assumption of 25,000 COP.  We couldn’t afford to pay the 75,000 COP, so Abraham asked the driver to drop us off at the edge of town. Abraham, Jordan, Robin and I decided to take the shackled-up buses to Pueblito Pance to save some coin; we...

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24 Hours In Medellín – Women, Nightclubs and Soccer

24 Hours In Medellín – Women, Nightclubs and Soccer

By on Apr 30, 2014

On Saturday, April 12, 2014, I saw many beautiful Colombian women while walking past security in José María Córdova Airport. I felt my first trip to South America and Medellín was going to be great to me. The warm air was comforting compared to Toronto, neither too hot nor cool. I was in the City of Eternal Spring. I went to the currency exchange booth but they...

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