By Jens Porup, Kevin Raub, Robert Reid

ISBN-10: 1741048273

ISBN-13: 9781741048278

Lonely Planet understands Colombia. even if you need to strill the cobbled streets of colonial Cartagena, bask on a blinding Caribbean seashore, pattern many of the world's most interesting java on a espresso plantation or sing their own praises your salsa strikes at a packed Cali nightclub, our fifth version takes you there.Lonely Planet courses are written by means of specialists who get to the guts of each vacation spot they stopover at. This absolutely up-to-date version is full of actual, sensible and sincere recommendation, designed to provide you the data you must utilize your trip.In This Guide:Dedicated outside bankruptcy with hiking, diving and paraglidingSizzling nightlife and eating selections for Bogota, Medellin and CaliRevealed: l. a. Guajira, the Pacific Coast and different rising hotspots

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Return to beginning of chapter INDEPENDENCE WARS As Spanish domination of the continent increased, so too did the discontent of the inhabitants – particularly over monopolies of commerce and new taxes. The first open rebellion against colonial rule was the Revolución Comunera in Socorro in 1781, which broke out against tax rises levied by the Crown. It began taking on more pro-independence overtones (and nearly taking over Bogotá) before its leaders were caught and executed. When Napoleon Bonaparte put his own brother on the Spanish throne in 1808, the colonies refused to recognize the new monarch.

Return to beginning of chapter COLOMBIAN COFFEE Colombia’s coffee boom began in the early 20th century, and found its exclamation point when the mustached Juan Valdéz, and his mule, became the Colombian Coffee Federation’s icon in 1959 (voted the world’s top ad icon as recently as 2005). In 2004 Juan Valdéz went after Starbucks, opening more than 60 cafes in Colombia, the US and Spain – helping locals shift from a cup of weak coffee to espresso. 6 billion annually. The incomprehensible brutality stemmed from generations of Colombians being raised as either Liberals or Conservatives and imbued with a deep mistrust of the opposition.

Prices will immediately drop at least 30%. This doesn’t work during holiday periods when buses are full. Return to beginning of chapter HOW MUCH? Set meal COP$3000-7000 Internet cafe (per hr) COP$1200-2000 Dorm bed COP$15,000-22,000 Six-pack of beer COP$9000 Postage for a letter to the US COP$10,000 Return to beginning of chapter TRAVEL LITERATURE Most recent literature on Colombia consists of journalists’ accounts of the so-called ‘war on drugs,’ and US involvement in the country. A highly recommended personal account is More Terrible Than Death: Violence, Drugs, and America’s War in Colombia (2003) by Robin Kirk.

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