May 20, 2013
(Versión en español) – English version below! Como muchos de ustedes han visto, he estado publicando muchas fotos de unos gatitos en Facebook y en Instagram. Estos cuatro gatitos se le nacieron a una gata que se llama Lola–un calico súper bonita quien creció sin hogar en el campus de la Universidad del Norte. Dado […]
May 19, 2013
Reblogged from Travel, Discover, Experience: This is the second of a multi-post series dealing with Colombian slang. As with any language, there are innumerable slangs that are invaluable for both language students as well as foreign travellers mingling with locals or itching to practice their language skills. In this second post, I’ll continue to focus on phrases […]
May 15, 2013
Reblogged from Travel, Discover, Experience: Anyone who has travelled or has read about travels in South America knows that one of the most exciting, and perhaps traditional, things to do is going to a local market or fería (“fair”). These markets and ferías can offer you the chance to mingle with local vendors and buyers […]
May 11, 2013
Reblogged from Travel, Discover, Experience: If you are looking for a tropical destination that can give you not only sand, sun, and crystal waters, but can also lend you incredible historical sites and romantic cityscapes then Cartagena de Indias, Colombia is the perfect destination for you! Cartagena is the capital city of the Colombian department […]
May 2, 2013
Reblogged from Travel, Discover, Experience: I have visited many parts, regions, cities, and pueblos in Colombia, and I have been blown away on more than one occasion by the beauty of the places I have visited and come to love. However, there is one place in particular that left a mark on me: the small […]
April 28, 2013
It’s been almost a month since we took are Holy Week (semana santa) trip to the Sacred Valley & Cusco in Perú. It was a trip packed with exciting sites, new experiences, and amazing food and drinks! Because there is so much to tell, I am going to break the trip in two posts. The […]
April 25, 2013
Reblogged from Travel, Discover, Experience: In Bogota? Looking for an exciting day trip? How would you like to visit a church built underground? Until 2008, when I took a day trip with some friends to the small city of Zipaquira, I had never even heard of a cathedral being constructed underground, much less within a […]
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