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Rio’s beach culture, posto by posto

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With an influx of travellers heading to Brazil for both the 2014 World Cup and the 2016 Summer Olympics, this breakdown will teach you how to navigate the shore like the locals do.
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Reclaiming the streets in Bogota

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Every Sunday, the Colombian capital closes more than 100km of roads to motor vehicles, and a wildebeest-worthy migration of bikes takes over the city.
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A renaissance beyond Cartagena’s historic walls

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Once a woebegone Colombian district characterised by crime, Getsemani is one of Latin America's newest hotspots, with 200-year-old buildings, boutique hotels and killer nightclubs.
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A little liquid courage in Cali, Colombia

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In the self-proclaimed salsa capital of the world, a drink that tastes like embalming fluid mixed with a spot of rum makes it easy to move to the beats of Pacific Colombia.
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Colombia’s explosive national sport

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Tejo – a heady mix of target practice and gunpowder – is a pre-Columbian game that is more than 450 years old and still played by people of all ages.


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