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==Eat==
 
==Eat==
 
*Hormigas Culonas
 
*Arepa Santandereana
 
*Carne Oreada
 
*Carne Seca
 
*Cabro
 
*Mute
 
*Changua
 
 
*Yuca
 
*Yuca
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*Hormigas Culonas (literally "big ass ants" roasted with salt, tastes kind of like popcorn)
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*Arepa Santandereana ( a thick corn arepa mixed with salt and pork)
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*Carne Oreada (traditional thin steak)
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*Carne Seca ( a dry pulled steak)
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*Cabro (goat)
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*Mute
 +
*Changua (milk soup with egg)
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*Fritanga (fried food snacks)
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*Chorizos del Valle de San José (specialty spicy sausage)
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*Arroz de Peñaflor (specialty rice)
  
 
==Drink==
 
==Drink==

Revision as of 18:01, 6 November 2011

Santander is a department in the Andino region of Colombia.

Understand

Get in

Get around

See

Do

  • Ride one of the longest cable-car systems in the world and enjoy the magnificent view of the Chicamocha river canyon. Depart from either La Mesa de los Santos or Panachi.
  • Bucaramanga has the bests shows and nightlife
  • Do rafting At San Gil one of the faster rivers from the Colombian Eastern

Learn

  • Rafting

Buy

  • Aircrafts
  • Chocolate
  • Ruana
  • Shoes
  • Leather accesories
  • Clothes

Eat

  • Yuca
  • Hormigas Culonas (literally "big ass ants" roasted with salt, tastes kind of like popcorn)
  • Arepa Santandereana ( a thick corn arepa mixed with salt and pork)
  • Carne Oreada (traditional thin steak)
  • Carne Seca ( a dry pulled steak)
  • Cabro (goat)
  • Mute
  • Changua (milk soup with egg)
  • Fritanga (fried food snacks)
  • Chorizos del Valle de San José (specialty spicy sausage)
  • Arroz de Peñaflor (specialty rice)

Drink

  • Chicha
  • Chicha de maiz
  • Chicha de corozo
  • Masato
  • Coat Milk
  • Guarapo
  • Aguardiente
  • Panela's limonade

Sleep

Get out

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