Three Days in Medellín, Colombia

After enjoying nature and hiking way too much in Colombia’s coffee region, we headed back to the city–Medellín that is! Even though I was plagued with illness most of the time while in Medellín, I really loved the city and look forward to going back one day. Read on to learn all about our highs and lows in the City of Eternal Spring.

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Please Add Me on Animal Crossing: Pocket Camp

Ok so…this post is a little different from what I normally post and in fact, this may read more like diary or a letter to a penpal or even a conversation I should be having with a licensed professional, idk? I’ve decided to bring a little bit of my instability to my blog since it’s pretty evident already on my Finsta, Twitter or even Rinsta. This is just what I felt like writing today. That’s not to say I’m done writing about Colombia though, because I probably have about 5 more posts about it but I was thinking, why not diversify for a bit! 

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Why You Should Put The Coffee Region at the Top of Your Colombian Itinerary

After a quiet few days in Colombia’s capital of Bogotá (read that blog post here), Andrew and I headed to Colombia’s Coffee region: Quindío. Quindío is a department (like states; there are 32) in Colombia most known for its production of coffee and fruit as well as its beautiful scenery. In Spanish they call this region “Eje Cafetero” and I will use Coffee Region/Eje Cafetero/Quindío interchangeably. I want to preface this post by saying that our time in Quindío was unmatched compared to the rest of Colombia. Don’t get me wrong–Bogotá, Medellín and La Costa (Colombia’s Coast) treated us well (I mean, except for my stomach) but Quindío was paradise.

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