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the life of a princess

Location: Colombia

A compilation of photos which exemplify life in Colombia through my eyes...

11 Mar 2007, 4:03PM

Funny restaurant in Candelaria (on of the older districts), Bogota.

6 Mar 2007, 10:27AM

Restorations of gold from the Museu del Oro..."When he is transformed into a bat and jaguar, man evokes and merges the knowledge and habits of these two animals and revelas the secrets of life and death" ... from the display in the museum. Interesting, the historical significance of metallurgy. This is some of the gold the Conquistadores didn't get away with.

21 Mar 2007, 8:32AM

More of the Kougi indigenous people. Is he wearing a rolex? Ohh wait, its casio. The first modern accesory I have seen them wear.

4 Mar 2007, 10:53AM

Tamales Tolimense (tamales from the Tolima region). Delicioso! Wrapped in palm leaves.

26 Mar 2007, 8:14PM

This is the legendary Catalina de Cartagena de Indias. Supposedly, she learned spanish when the conquistadores got here and moved to Espania to live with her love. She was the first native to be able to communicate with the Conquistadores...

21 Mar 2007, 9:02AM



20 Apr 2007, 11:28AM

A place called Suesca where I went climbing. Luckily, there is a Saint on the little jut of rock to watch over us.

14 Apr 2007, 9:14PM

LIke I said, gourmet food, fit for a Princess. Made by the other legendary Catalina!

21 Apr 2007, 1:59PM

Some of that wild grafitti I mentioned.

21 Apr 2007, 12:46PM

View from the top of Colpatria tower, the bullfighting ring and planetarium...

23 Apr 2007, 6:52PM

A Colombian financial institution. Every night the building comes alive with lights which change color constantly, it looks peculiar against the dark nigth sky. I kind of want to have a giant disco party there.

23 Apr 2007, 4:45PM

A small portion of Plaza Bolivar, a magnificent feat of colonial architecture.



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Restorations of gold from the Museu del Oro..."When he is transformed into a bat and jaguar, man evokes and merges the knowledge and habits of these two animals and revelas the secrets of life and death" ... from the display in the museum. Interesting, the historical significance of metallurgy. This is some of the gold the Conquistadores didn't get away with.

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Funny restaurant in Candelaria (on of the older districts), Bogota.

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Tamales Tolimense (tamales from the Tolima region). Delicioso! Wrapped in palm leaves.

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More of the Kougi indigenous people. Is he wearing a rolex? Ohh wait, its casio. The first modern accesory I have seen them wear.

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This is the legendary Catalina de Cartagena de Indias. Supposedly, she learned spanish when the conquistadores got here and moved to Espania to live with her love. She was the first native to be able to communicate with the Conquistadores...

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LIke I said, gourmet food, fit for a Princess. Made by the other legendary Catalina!

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A place called Suesca where I went climbing. Luckily, there is a Saint on the little jut of rock to watch over us.

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View from the top of Colpatria tower, the bullfighting ring and planetarium...

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Some of that wild grafitti I mentioned.

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A small portion of Plaza Bolivar, a magnificent feat of colonial architecture.

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A Colombian financial institution. Every night the building comes alive with lights which change color constantly, it looks peculiar against the dark nigth sky. I kind of want to have a giant disco party there.