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At the risk of risking sounding rude, it's Colombia with two "o"s. I am sure that was a typo on your part, but I am equally sure that nothing annoys the beautiful South American country as much as being confused with a New York City university, the U.S.'s federal capital or the state capital of South Carolina. As far as going there, the country is opening up, but Cartagena is still where the lion's-share of travelers go. Again, I am sure you're aware of that. Contact the Fondo de Promoción Turística, which has an office in New York City.
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You can write my friend Matt Landau in Panama: firstname.lastname@example.org
He runs a boutique hotel in Casco Viejo and works closely with the tourism board... he's a wealth of contacts so I'm sure he could help you out! Tell him Claire Saylor passed his information on...