Ryan finds the best places to eat in one of Latin America’s biggest cities by following the Bogotá Foodie, whose food tours cover the Colombian capital.
Before leaving Spain, I’d already had my wallet stolen by a pickpocket. Was traveling to Colombia going to be that much more of a risk than getting on a crowded metro after an FC Barcelona match? Due to a Couchsurfing stay in Bogota, I quickly began to feel at ease in a country with a […]
Arepas are a staple of the Colombian diet…
I ponied up the $289.20 for the 1-way ticket, and breathed a sigh of relief.
Ned Hepburn of the very manly Manolith blog will be traveling to Colombia within a month to experience the country’s best, and YOU could easily join him. I say that with confidence because the time between when the contest was announced and the deadline for entry is very tight. You won’t have to wait 8 […]
As I shared last Thursday in Would You Accept a Free Trip to Colombia, I was asked to head down there next month for 2 weeks to see the best the country has to offer and blog about my experiences. I was 99% sure everything was in order, however I learned how important it is […]
I’m not going to get all sentimental on you, at least not for long. By now you know how I feel about Colombia, and Medellin in particular. Since arriving back in Virginia four weeks ago, I can’t help but compare everything here to what I left behind – the climate, the geography, the people, the […]
I awoke at the all too early hour of 5 am with nothing about a long travel day toward home ahead of me. It was cold enough that I didn’t bother with a shower. I had also packed my headlamp at the bottom of my pack, and without the desire to repack the night before […]
The taxi ride to Jose Maria Cordova International Airport outside Medellin was just as stunning as the bus ride which first took me to the city in late January. Blue skies, warm sun, green mountains. But instead of feeling the exhilaration and anticipation of arriving somewhere new, I was trying to let go of not […]
Colombia was to be the last country of my trip around the world, and either because I was nearing the end of my adventure, or I simply couldn’t satisfy my curiosity about the place, its people, and culture, I decided to see what it would take to live abroad. Throughout the previous 13 months of […]