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    Travel to exotic Cartagena, Colombia where Andrew gets a taste of caiman, capybara and more.

    Cartagena, Colombia. Love the color.

    Cartagena Tourism and Vacations: 52 Things to Do in Cartagena, Colombia | TripAdvisor

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    Cartagena, Colombia: The still relatively undiscovered city of Cartagena is heaven for music lovers. Take in meringue, salsa, or Cuban, and listen to guitarists who stroll the streets or dance to techno in the clubs. Musicians will follow you down the streets, and it’s not unheard of to take one back to your villa to entertain while you and you friends party until dawn.

    Our Top 5 Restaurants in Cartagena | Colombia Travel Blog by Marcela (and the See Colombia Travel team)

    Our Top 5 Restaurants in Cartagena | Colombia Travel Blog by Marcela (and the See Colombia Travel team)

    Museums, coffee tasting, street art, and history--Bogotá has something for everyone, and with new non-stop flights from Los Angeles, Colombia's capital is more accessible than ever.

    La Passion Hotel—Cartagena, Colombia

    Isla Mucurá, Cartagena, Colombia

    Andrew soaks in the sensational views of Cartagena from the top of Castillo San Felipe de Barajas, a colonial Spanish fortress built in 1536.

    Cartagena, take me there. // I second that.

    Andrew hunting for spruce chicken, a type of grouse that's native to Copper River Valley.

    Andrew Zimmern can't hide his amusement in seeing his first box crab in Vancouver!

    Check out Andrew's view, an Alaskan backdrop surrounded by Wrangell & Chugach mountain ranges - simply breathtaking!

    "El Correcaminos"

    Just 7 miles from downtown Vancouver, Andrew & the crew at Organic Ocean catch spot prawns!

    Andrew shows off his first bagged Sandhill Crane!

    On tonight's NEW Bizarre Foods Andrew travels into Alaska's Copper River Valley to the village of Chistochina.

    Andrew Zimmern stops by an unexpected Texas locale: the Russian Banya spa.

    Entrance to Koto-in garden, moss, bamboo, Kyoto, Japan by Andrew Storey