Dave’s book review of Marching Powder, an account of daily life inside San Pedro prison in La Paz, Bolivia.
y adventures in Peru began up North, as I took a 2-day overland journey from Vilcabamba, Ecuador to Chachapoyas last October. At the time, it was exhilarating to be on the move. A series of buses, rickshaws and share taxis got me from one destination to another in a fairly efficient manner. I’ll always prefer arriving in […]
Medellin, Colombia is a city of 2 million that still feels like a village.
I caught 3 matches on 3 different continents, and they were all exciting.
I feel a funny sense of dejÃ vu.
The Pan American Collective was a week of events, ranging from parties to sightseeing.
Almost all of my American friends I made while studying abroad were majoring in international relations. At Syracuse University, like most others, it is a broad field, incorporating law, organizations, security, diplomacy, political economy, and international communication in each geographic region of the world. As a a magazine journalism and modern foreign language major, I […]
A Dead Bat In Paraguay is not your typical travel memoir, and that’s exactly why I enjoyed it.