Cigars in Numbers

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Here are some of the top Cigar factoids we learnt on our tour of the famous Partagas Factory in Havana. The Cuban tobacco industry was nationalized by Fidel Castro’s communist government in 1962. As a result all cigar brands of Cuba … Continue reading

Classic Cars, Rooftop Bars and Smoking Cigars

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After motoring over 30,000kms through South America we thought we’d take a break from the bike and fly to Cuba to explore the island and meet up with Mama and Papa Johnson, who flew in from UK. After Nick picked … Continue reading

Colombian Coast

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Catching sight of the Caribbean for the first time on our drive from Bogota to Cartagena was a spine-tingling moment. Driving the length of South America is no small feat, and we felt a great sense of achievement. We kicked … Continue reading

A-Salt on the Senses

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After nearly a year travelling we arrived in Bogota, to be met by Jose, his wife, Caro and their little girl, Sofia. Nick and Jose worked together in London, before Jose and his family returned to Colombia and he set … Continue reading

Colonial Colombia

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Colombia’s colonial history began when Rodrigo de Bastidas became the first European to set foot on Colombian soil. He established the first Spanish settlement in Santa Marta, on the Caribbean coast, before kicking off the hunt for ‘El Dorado’, a … Continue reading

Killing Pablo

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Ask most people what comes to mind when thinking about Colombia and most will say either Pablo Escobar or cocaine. The former is a key figure why people associate the latter with Colombia. We went on a tour in Medellin to … Continue reading