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How to Walk the Streets of Barranquilla and Not Die

Written by Payton Lee in S. America

People often think Colombia is a dangerous place because of drugs and sex-trafficking. That is still a strong possibility, but I’m willing to bet there is more potential danger in simply walking the streets by foot. Not because of dangerous drug dealers, pocket thieves, or rapists. Not because it’s easy to get lost or end up in a bad neighborhood. Walking the streets of Colombia, specifically Barranquilla, is one of the most dangerous threats to tourist because

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Photo Story: Bogota Revealed

Written by Payton Lee in S. America

For those who love the big cities. For those that want to travel from the comforts of your own home. For those that want to see from way up high but have a fear of heights. For those that love seeing the world through Breaking Trail’s eyes. Here is another story for you! (click to view slideshow)

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Colombian Hats and History: Art and Design

Written by Hank Martin in S. America

Look around you. Look at yourself. What are you wearing today? What do your clothes tell the world about you? What do they say about the culture we live in?

Today, many of our clothes have evolved past the practical and into a different arena completely. Take the suit for example, or the tie? Chuck Palahniuk put it best.

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Photo story of Cartagena

Written by Payton Lee in S. America

Take a walk in our shoes Colombian style. A photo story through the coastal city of Cartagena.