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Medellin website releases app for visitors

Medellin Living has released a free iPhone app for visitors to Colombia’s second largest city, the travel and expat website announced on Tuesday.

Cycling Your Way Through Bogota Colombia

Traveling through Cartagena and Medellin, I was told by locals and other travelers that while Bogota had a lot of culture, it was also a place you needed to watch your back. As I only had one full day in the city and wanted to make the most of it — but also wanted to feel safe and not end up in any dodgy neighborhoods alone — I opted for a bike tour.

Medellin Now Known for Holiday Lights

Medellin for Christmas vacation? Si, si! Christmas lights are displayed along the Medellin river, in Medellin, Colombia.

Sworn enemies make peace in Colombia

During seven years of night guard duty as a rebel child soldier in Colombia's jungle hideouts, Jhon Jairo Obando was kept awake knowing that if he did not shoot first his enemy would.

Cyber-crime in Colombia

A recent report suggests that cases of cybercrime rose by more than forty percent in 2013 alone and yet nearly half of technology users do not have suitable protection on their devices.


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