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Aracataca, Macondo is a beautiful town an hour ans a half south of Santa Marta. IT's where Gabriel Garcia Marquez was born and grew up, and where he came back after many years to see between reality and nostalgy the prime matter of his masterpiece 'one hundred years of solitude' Museum house of GGM, river, historical trainstation, house of Leo Matiz, church, nice plaza, and a virgin town where Colombia's history passes by. Nearby there's Santa Marta, Fundacion, Barranquilla Visit me in Aracataca, Tim Buendia de Macondo - i live next door to Restaurant GABO right in the center of town. Call me at 3116860345

Edited by: taymen on 19.08.2009
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oreaster wrote:

Visit one of the four national parks, there are everything about tropical nature (sea, mountain, forest, corals, lakes, every). Visit the city and VERY SPECIALLY the tomb of Simon Bolivar, the greatest man of Latin America (he was an amazing thinker and leader). With me you should go to play golf, dive or go to the beach. Also I like speak with two beers and looking people, Santa Marta has a new nice park to do that. If you like cooking, we can cook your typical food or mine, and later drink something 'fruitful', because here there are a lot of fruits!!


chocolatico wrote:

parque tayrona,taganga,museo de la quinta de bolivar,playas,



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