Few taxi drivers were caught increasing rates and manipulating the meter. The device is installed under the steering wheel and a button could be pressed to activate with either the hand or a foot. To be aware of the taxi drivers who have this device installed, it’s important to understand how the meter device works.… Read More »Taxi’s in Medellin – Make sure the driver isn’t cheating you
While buying a prepaid sim card might be the best way, you might not stay here for that long, or are you? 2 gigs of data with unlimited Whatsapp from Claro can cost you around 43,000 COP. So if you rather not hassle and provide your personal information (passport) and go off grid but still… Read More »Where can I find WiFi in Medellin?
If you ever felt stuck in a moment, trapped in a cage, repetition killing you every second of your life… That was me. Life was annoying, saying hi to the same people and saying the same thing: “Hey, how’s it going?” “How are you today?” “What did you do today”… If this does not ring… Read More »Why an Introvert decided to come to Medellin
According to experts, there were 702,086 tourists in 2016, 15% increase from 2015. Most of these tourists came from Panama, the UK, and Peru doubled their arrival last year compared to 2015. In 2008, there were 270,080 tourists versus today 702,086. You will meet many tourists who decided to stay here as long as possible. We… Read More »Tourism in Medellin in 2016: Where are they coming from?
The new police code was introduced on January 30, 2017, but during the first six months, no fines will be charged while the citizens and tourists are better acquainted with the new law. Here are the new police code along with the fine each will cost you: 1. Before you have the urge to pee in the… Read More »Planning on coming to Medellin? Here’s what you need to know about Medellin new laws
There is a huge pollution problem in Medellin. According to the Metropolitan Area of the Valley Aburrá, there were 3 Months in 2016 with enough air pollution to be categorized as at or near environmental emergency levels. The increase in bicycle adoption hasn’t solved the problem, nor have the driving restrictions put on vehicle usage… Read More »Pollution in Medellin: The dirty little secret