The poster for the 2011 carnival that begins on March 5th shows the slogan “¡Quién lo vive es quién lo goza!” which translated m...

The poster for the 2011 carnival that begins on March 5th shows the slogan “¡Quién lo vive es quién lo goza!” which translated m...

[ Back Home To Carnivals! ]  Happy to be home after a long trip just in time to enjoy the best festivities our country has to offer: El Carnaval de Barranquilla!!! The motto of our carnival is "Quien lo vive es quien lo goza" which translates to "Those who live it are those who enjoy it!" What it really means is that no matter how hard we try to explain how amazing this carnival is you'll only know once you're there... So if you're ever thinking of booking a trip to Colombia Carnival is the…

[ Back Home To Carnivals! ] Happy to be home after a long trip just in time to enjoy the best festivities our country has to offer: El Carnaval de Barranquilla!!! The motto of our carnival is "Quien lo vive es quien lo goza" which translates to "Those who live it are those who enjoy it!" What it really means is that no matter how hard we try to explain how amazing this carnival is you'll only know once you're there... So if you're ever thinking of booking a trip to Colombia Carnival is the…

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