A Little Taste of Bogota, Colombia

November 5th, 2015

ColombiaSouth AmericaThey Said

When Lisa Niver, Creator of We Said Go Travel, headed down to Bogota, Colombia, she may have been expecting some quality coffee and unique food, but she had no idea what deliciousness was in store for her! Paloquemao Market– The Paloquemao Market is more colorful than any grocery store could be. Rows and rows of colorful, fresh … Continued

Paris and Florence: art destinations. Sure. But Bogota, Colombia? Absolutely! Lisa Niver, founder of We Said Go Travel, was fascinated to discover so many artist hot spots in Bogota. Don’t miss these on your trip! Graffiti Street Art Tour– Graffiti art is allowed in Bogota and can be seen all over the city. Art Dealer … Continued

The Easiest Way to See Bogota, Colombia Bogota, Colombia has never been easy to get to. Until now! Avianca is offering a new direct flight, straight from Terminal 2 at LAX, all the way to Bogota, Colombia. This new direct flight is the easiest way to reach the unique city. Lisa Niver, Founder of We Said Go Travel, … Continued

My time in Colombia was brief but certainly very sweet. From admiring street art on the buildings in Bogota, to embracing the peace and beauty in the colonial town of Villa de Leyva, to endless partying in Medellin, every minute of my time there was well spent. Although the country has many positive qualities, and … Continued

You can dress a puddle of mud up how you like. Call it a “mud spa”, “a mud volcano”, even a “mud fountain” if you want-but essentially, it remains what it is-a puddle of mud. These are my thoughts as I stood on the wooden steps of the 15 metre El Totumo mud volcano in … Continued

“A woman was shot dead in this bar a few years ago” says my host brightly, passing me a plate of empanadas and a beer, “She was sitting right where you are now actually”. I resist the urge to leap out of my seat and head for the nearest airport. Medelllin, Colombia (pronounced Med-e-jin ) … Continued

One of the byproducts of not planning a trip is that expectations drop to ambiguous media tidbits and scattered commentary from friends or fellow travelers, as was the case of Bogota, Colombia. It was the last stop of 3 months of travels through Central and South America, and was a close contender with Peru, Chile … Continued