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People of OLD Providence-1
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People of OLD Providence-1

The People of OLD Providence Island-The BEST of the Colombian Caribbean. A beautiful small island of 5200 people is a diver's and artisan's paradise. Strangely, many men on the island are named after The REAL Captain Morgan who used this island as a base to attack Panama-The Most important buccaneer raid in all of history. Many of the women have a last name like VANIDADES, named after the famous women's magazine. :-)

Isla Providencia #2 | Playas Paradisíacas – Colombia #3
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Isla Providencia #2 | Playas Paradisíacas – Colombia #3

San Andres & Providencia video (in Spanish) shot by a vacationing family.

NOCHE DE CORONACIÓN. PROVIDENCIA
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NOCHE DE CORONACIÓN. PROVIDENCIA

Providencia Island's annual carnival celebration culminates in the crowning of the Queen of the Island in a Beauty/Talent Competition.

Tribute to San Andrés
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Tribute to San Andrés

Little Journey through San Andres and Providencia (Old Providence Island)

The People of OLD Providence Island
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The People of OLD Providence Island

The People of OLD Providence Island-A beautiful small island of 5200 people is a diver's and artisan's paradise. Strangely, many men on the island are named after The REAL Captain Morgan who used this island as a base to attack Panama-The Most important buccaneer raid in all of history. Many of the women have a last name like VANIDADES, named after the famous women's magazine. :-) --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Not really Morgan's and Vanidades...Join Best of Colombia and get the REAL story behind why I did this video this way and what was the ultimate result. It was an AWESOME ending!!

San Andres y Providencia Overview
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San Andres y Providencia Overview

There's much to enjoy in the country that brought salsa, cumbia, Shakira and Gabriel Garcia Marquez to the world. The terrain itself traverses coastal beaches, the alpine Andes, central highlands and flat plains. The Spanish-speaking country became independent from Spain in the 1800s and this colonial legacy can be seen in the well-preserved architecture of Cartagena and Villa de Leyva. Visiting pre-Columbian ruins in Ciudad Perdida (Lost City) brings to mind swashbuckling scenes from an Indiana Jones movie -- machete optional!

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