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Climate in Colombia is almost entirely a function of altitude, not time of year. Cartagena is always hot and humid. Bogotá is always cool. The one big exception is hurricane season if you are visiting the Caribbean coast (Cartagena, Barranquilla, Santa Marta), where it will be hot and humid with occasional very heavy rain when a hurricane passes by. ...


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If you want to experience perpetual summer, starting in Paris in October and then going to eastern Europe is not the best of ideas. And, depending on where in Turkey you plan to go, winters can get quite cold. Parts of Ethiopia have perpetual cold nights, any time of the year. Northern Iran can be very cold in winter. Furthermore, based on your ...


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Considering your trip will span both hemispheres, there isn't a particularly wrong way to do it since it will always be winter/almost winter somewhere. I think what you have planned seems pretty good weather wise. Especially as someone from the US, you really don't want to be here in Winter since most major cities will get fairly cold and/or see snow. The ...



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