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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.


Medellin’s emerging music scene

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In Colombia’s Andean foothills, one of the cities’ hottest bands, Los Coffee Makers, puts on an impromptu roof performance.


Hot springs and hummingbirds in Ecuador

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A far cry from its origin as a potato-growing centre, Papallacta, Ecuador's highest town, has become famous for its wondrous natural treasures.
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A lesson in travel photography

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Lonely Planet photographer Dominic Bonuccelli heads to Colombia’s Caribbean coast for a tutorial on what makes a good picture.


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