Day 365: San Pedro de Atacama, Chile I made it! I’m alive! I didn’t die of loneliness, shark attack or fall off Machu Picchu! A year ago I couldn’t fathom how far I would come in just one year. It’s been incredible. It also occurred to me that most people have only been reading for […]
Food and travel in Colombia including where to travel in Colombia, what to eat in Colombia and Colombian food recipes.
If you’re heading to Colombia don’t miss these gems, my picks for the best hostels in Colombia.
When I first arrived in Colombia I was very frustrated because I could not understand Colombians. I wasn’t sure if it was because they were mumbling, talking quickly or a combination of the two.
I haven´t had sushi in over six months. It’s not because I don’t like it, I ate it at least once a week in Toronto. I simply hadn’t seen it in Central America, except a few times when it housed odd ingredients like canned tuna >
I swore I would never wear jeans backpacking but was I wrong?