The Haunted Hotel at Tequendama Falls, Bogota, Columbia -opened in 1928 and abandoned in the early 1990's, it is now a tourist spot -many people have committed suicide here over the years - this may be why travellers report spirit activity throughout the area
A gorgeous, richly saturated, vibrant green and crystalline square emerald-cut emerald - weighing 2.75 carats - radiates from between a pair of bright-white, (1.11 and .96 carats respectively), emerald-cut diamonds in this classic and captivating jewel. The three gemstones reside in a sleek and unobtrusive handmade platinum mounting. The gemmy emerald is accompanied by an American Gemological Laboratories report stating: Origin - Colombia, Enhancement - Insignificant (very rare). Simply…
Soho - Club Colombia Ilustraciones e infografía sobre el maridaje con cerveza. Soho.com.co - Club Colombia. 2013.
Trip Planning and Award Booking for South America: Bogota, Buenos Aires & Iguazu Falls Good morning and buenos dias amigos! Tomorrow morning, I will be heading to South America for a week. First stop is Bogota, Colombia, then down to Buenos Aires, Argentina, and then onto Iguazu Falls (on the border of Argentina and Brazil). Here is how we planned the trip (Great Circle Mapper): SFO-DFW-BOG in economy on American Airlines using 20,000 AA miles + $26.20 taxes/fees BOG-EZ
This article in Yale's Environment 360 is called "The Folly of Big Agriculture: Why Nature Always Wins." The article argues that the entire theory behind GMO crops and associated pesticide use does not fundamentally make sense, and is leading us down the wrong path.
Do you need a visa to study abroad? Visit your country's consulate/embassy website for requirements. Visa processing takes some time, so get started early! You may also need travel visas for other countries you might visit. And NO, a visa is not a credit card.