The Culture of Connection: Cartagena

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Experiencing a genuine connection, whether it’s to a place, person or culture, is a catalyst that can spark introspection, ignite new purpose and leave you forever changed. Katherine Gibson visits the InterContinental Cartagena de Indias to present three powerful and unique stories about connections that inspire new perspectives. From the heart of a Colombian prison, to the soul of music in Cartagena, to the mind of a traveler discovering a new city, we’ll explore how these connections reveal themselves, and what they reveal about us as well. For more on the power of connection, visit

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