Day 7 Santa Marta, Columbia

December 23, 2009 in Uncategorized | Comments (3)

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Good Morning Santa Marta, Columbia


Gram w The Huge Banyon tree in Santa Marta


Simon Boliver’s stuff


talk about traffuck. this isn’t a strickly one-way St. just happened to be. currently. whoever gets there first determines the flow. oh! fun fact= theres no speed limit. anywhere. 


Leaving Columbia. just before the HELLA SUMER STORM rolled in and followed us for hours… 


as always just a quick scene of Columbia. i took just slightly over 1500 fotos here so distilling them down to this is not even close to what i want to show. big files of uploading will just have to wait till i’m back in the land of plentiful steady WiFi/MiFi. 

i’d go back to Columbia if given a chance. 

missing you.
 missing the sookie wookie.
 how’s my amaryllis? sure’ly dead by now, right? the flowers!! not the kitteh!

still wishing YOU were here. 

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  1. Comment by IrotamaApril 14, 2010 at 5:49 am   Reply

    Santa Marta is a city and municipality located in northern Colombia by the Caribbean sea and the Sierra Nevada de Santa Marta mountains, capital of the Magdalena Department. The city is an important maritime port and hub for tourism, history and culture. It was founded on July 29, 1525 by Spanish conqueror Rodrigo de Bastidas, who named the city after the Catholic day for Saint Martha, which in Spain was celebrated with festivities. However many historians argue that he named it after the Spanish city of Santa Marta de Astorgas, which he had also visited. It was one of the first cities to be founded in Colombia. The first one was Santa María la Antigua del Darién.

    El Libertador Simón Bolívar died at a ranch named Quinta de San Pedro Alejandrino on the outskirts of Santa Marta on December 17, 1830. The city has been affected to some extent by the Colombian Armed Conflict.

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