Since arriving here in Colombia, I’ve not eaten anything from a box, a can, or bottle. Well, there was the beer I had, it came out of a can, lol. Viva Colombia for keeping it fresh. The fruits, vegetables and the meats are from local farms just minutes away. Having two growing seasons probably helpsContinue reading “Organic, just the way I like it.”
It was exhausting. Slow, as in having mountain bikes pass you going up hill. Slow, as in going down hill, gearing and lightly braking, having everyone pass you again. Cold, leaving Bogota’s mountains and sweltering hot across the farmlands, then entering the rainforest, before finally arriving two days later on the Caribbean coast, Santa Marta.Continue reading “The Shake down!”
I was excited to go on my own walkabout photoshoot this morning. Just as I left the lodge, this dog, who shall remain anonymous, joined me. This is not the first time, but I always find it interesting how dogs, especially here in Colombia will attach themselves to you. Spot we’ll call him, became myContinue reading “A free “Guide”!”
In Colombia it’s traditional to light candles and let the fireworks explode on the 7th of December. This day is know as ” Día de las velitas” Little Candles Day. One of the most observed traditional holidays in Colombia, December 7th, the eve of the Immaculate Conception is a public holiday in Colombia.This day isContinue reading “Officialy, the Christmas season has begun.”
No need to walk around hungry here in Colombia. These street food vendors have everything. Why was I not surprised when I found these delicious blood sausage. Yum yum ,dig in.
Museum de Oro Hands down, thumbs up, or whatever satisfaction you want to all it, Bogota’s Museum de Oro (Museum of Gold) is the best of the best as far as a Gold museum, and I’ve been to many. Bogotá’s most famous museum is one of the most fascinating in South America, and contains moreContinue reading “Museum del Oro, it’s golden.”