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Hi, there! I'm Sarepa.

Actually, my name is Sarah but people call me Sarepa. I have an arepa addiction to thank for that. What's an arepa? You mean you don't know? Firstly, I'm sorry. Secondly, thank god you made it. Here you'll find a collection of stories about food, travel, art and even some posts about the humble arepa. Enjoy!    
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Christmas in Colombia
Christmas, Christmas in Colombia, Colombia, feature, Food, Medellin, Travel, Travel Colombia

Why celebrating Christmas in Colombia will ruin the holiday for you forever

1. During Christmas in Colombia there are Christmas lights everywhere. The Christmas lights anywhere else in the world just won’t compare to the lights in Medellin: 2. A Christmas meal just won’t be the same without some fried cheese balls (Bunuelos) and a custard dish…

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Medellin Metrocable Tour
Accommodation, Colombia Travel, feature, Hostels in Colombia, Medellin, Travel, travel blog, Travel Tips and Advice

Where to stay in Medellin: Suburbs, hostels and how to get around

Medellin, the city of eternal spring, with its near-perfect weather all year round, makes for a pretty darned great stop while travelling to Colombia. If you’re wondering where to stay in Medellin, then I can hardly blame you from being confused, because there are just…

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Empanadas - Colombian food worth putting on weight for this Christmas
Colombian food, feature, Food, Food tours in Colombia, Medellin, Tours + Experiences, travel blog

Colombian Street Food with La Mesa Food Tours (VIDEO)

Colombian street food isn’t something to be feared or avoided. It’s made by industrious people sharing their food favourites from street corners or small hole-in-the-wall kiosks. These are the places where local Colombians pick up lunch, or have a snack between meetings. This is where…

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Expats in Colombia: Meet Naomi Dalton from How To Bogota

Anyone who decides to pack up a bag and move abroad is often met with any number of questions about their new home. Things like how to get around...

Expats in Colombia: Meet Scott Nelson from Empatia Coffee

It was a Sunday evening in March, after a few glasses of wine, that Scott bought a ticket to Cartagena on a whim and quit his job the next day....