An historic walking tour with a difference, where we heard and saw a firsthand account of the trouble & violence, and the recent transformation of Medellin.
Colombia: ancient sites, mountains, rivers, jungle, coffee, colonial towns, beaches and so much more. And very, very friendly people.
The colourful and diverse street art of Comuna 13 in Medellín expresses the dramatic change in this community toward peace, love, transformation, and hope!
We took the Stairway Storytellers’ tour of Comuna 13 in Medellín to see the famous street art. We also left with our heads full of many amazing stories.
Tip for the Coffee Zone of Colombia: Recinto del Pensamiento. An enjoyable excursion past butterflies, birds, bonsai, orchids and sustainable architecture.
An archaeological mystery: the stone statues and tombs of San Agustín and Tierradentro in Colombia. Who created them, and when? And what happened to the people?
It wasn’t planned, but in Colombia we ended up driving another of South America’s infamous “Death Roads”, El Trampolín de la Muerte – not as bad as its name suggests.