Street Art in Getsemaní – Cartagena’s Hottest, Hippest ‘Hood

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The once seedy neighbourhood of Getsemaní in Cartagena is now an artists palette of colours. Prostitutes, gangs and drugs have been replaced with trendy bars, boutique hostels and live music on the streets. Unlike the old walled city which is filled with tourists and touristy shops, Getsemaní draws both tourists and locals. If you take a walk ...

Only in the USA: 21 All-American Experiences I Have Crossed off my List

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There are certain things in the UK (and around the world) that we stereotypically associate as 'American'. But the United States is an absolutely huge country, so what may be commonplace and typical in one area, say the West, certainly wouldn't be in Manhattan or Chicago! Nonetheless there are so many things I've always wanted ...

El Vaquero

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Alcampeando por el desierto Sobre un caballo sin nombre Negro. Indio. Apache Donde esta tu apachita? La dejo Soñando en falsas promesas. Un palomito vuela al cielo, Israel Alma del hijo no nacido, Ninguna esperanza de la tierra prometida. En el desierto hay un arbol Con una sola manzana El lo desea. Lo come, Y se va Dejando el arbol yerma. Encuentra un caballo Palomino Tumbado en la arena. Levanta la cabeza Sube Palomino! Pero el caballo no ...

Cold Creek Ranch

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Between Black Jack and Rustler Creeks, in the shadow of the prickly pear mesa lies the prettiest ranch I ever did see - Cold Creek Ranch. The Ranch House The outside of this huge ranch home doesn't betray the treasures within, and I literally mean treasures as the house is crammed full of pieces from all over ...

Cooking with Joe

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At 82 years old, there are few things that Joe Cannon hasn't mastered. All the typical cowboy tricks of course, how to ride a horse, how to move cattle, how to lasso a coyote, how to survive on biscuits and canned plums for a week in the snow when you're only 8 years old and ...