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Street vendor in Medellin
Dancers at the Escuela Taller Tambores de Cabildo de la Boquilla where kids learn Afro-Caribbean drumming in exchange for keeping up with their studies and staying in school.
Exterior of Cafe San Alberto in Cartagena, Colombia’s most award winning coffee; Isla Del Rosário; Street vendor in Medellin; Dancers at the Escuela Taller Tambores de Cabildo de la Boquilla where kids learn Afro-Caribbean drumming in exchange for keeping up with their studies and staying in school; An instructor at the Afro-Caribbean drumming school.
Plaza Botero which houses dozens of sculptures from Colombia’s most famous artist, Fernando Botero; Street vendor in the Getsemani neighborhood of Cartagena.
Diners in the Plaza Santo Domingo in Cartagena; Fresh cut mango with a big dose of lime squeezed over the top.
One of the many varieties of fried cheese bocadillos available from local street vendors.
Dance instructor teaching a salsa class inside the Quiebracanto night club in Cartagena.
Mural in Medellin
Sun shades on the peninsula at Isla Del Rosário, a private island in the Caribbean ocean, a short boat ride from Cartagena.
Cotton-Headed Tamarin, found only in Colombia and is critically endangered.
Streets of Medellin
Terraced housing in the now thriving neighborhood of Comuna 13 in Medellin.
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