Kitesurfing in Colombia? – come to Chivor!

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Throughout the year, Remote Year would provide “plus events” for the group to participate in. Remote Year would setup all of the logistics, you simply needed to pay to join the trip. Many of these trips were very unique, local experiences you couldn’t find in a normal tourist shop. They were organized by the city team and were really meant to give Remotes a feeling of what locals did for fun. While in Bogotá, one of these events was to spend a weekend on a lake that was famous for kitesurfing. It sounded like the perfect escape from the city, so I signed up. There were two weekends that month that offered this trip and the one that worked for me only worked for a couple other remotes. The group was only five of us in total so we all piled into a little car to make the 3 hour drive to the lake. In the car was the driver, Juan, whose company, Feelin, curates local experiences to local Colombians. Juan organized the trip because his good friend owned the place we were staying at. Juan...