Travel Vlog: The Magical Streets Of Cartagena Colombia (Things To Do)

Travel Vlog: The Magical Streets Of Cartagena Colombia (Things To Do)
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Travel Vlog: The Magical Streets Of Cartagena Colombia (Things To Do)
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Address of café: La Presentacion Café y Museo Arte: Playa del Tejadillo N 5 – 197 | Centro Historico, Cartagena, Colombia

Are you planning a trip to Cartagena Colombia and looking for some inspiration and tips to help you make the most of your holiday?

Hannah and Dan recently spent a week in Cartagena Colombia and fell head over heels in love with the place.

In this travel vlog you’ll discover why plus how you can thoroughly enjoy your very own travel experience in Cartagena Colombia.

Location: Cartagena Colombia
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Welcome to another travel vlog!

Hannah and Dan are the twenty-something Australian/Brazilian founders of StoryV Travel & Lifestyle who met whilst traveling and then went on to wander the world together indefinitely.

With a thirst for experiencing and learning about unfamiliar cultures in exotic corners of the world, they travel slowly, living a digital nomad lifestyle.

Their Mission: To travel to every country in the world whilst inspiring, encouraging and helping YOU to follow your dreams and live, travel and work around the world too.



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  1. Thanks for your review. My Spanish skills are very poor! When I lived in the Philippines for a couple of years it was quite easy to communicate in English, in the major cities at least, since they typically teach English in all the public schools and many ads and signs are in English or English and Tagalog. Even many radio/TV announcers frequently use English. From your experiences there in Cartagena, what percentage of the people there can speak reasonable English? 50% 10%? 5%? Are there areas in Colombia (Bogota, Medellin, Barranquilla, Cali, etc), where more of the Colombian people speak English than in other areas? I'm guessing not. I wonder if those electronic instant translators work very well! –Otherwise I need to brush up on Spanish before I visit! 😉

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