The United Kingdom

We eventually made it out of Spain and into Edinburgh, our flight was one of the few to take off that day, so we were lucky not to be stranded for another few… Continue reading

Spanish Wine and Portuguese Camping

It’s been 2 and a half weeks since Sam and I arrived in Madrid…and I have been awful at updating this. So, I’ll try to remember most of the past few weeks… Madrid… Continue reading

My Cooliris Wall

San Andres, Colombia

San Andres and Providencia are two islands that belong to Colombia, but are just off the coast of Nicaragua. I was debating between a 6 day trek, through rivers and sleeping in hammocks… Continue reading

My New Map

View My Round the World in a larger map

Santa Marta and Around

Santa Marta is a quaint town with beautiful churches, plazas, and colonial architecture.  Though it is no where near as clean and developed as Cartagena, it had a lot of charm.  There is… Continue reading

La Guajira

La Guajira, the most north eastern province in Colombia, was until recently a no go zone for tourists.  The indigenous in the area, the Wayyuu, control this area and used to use their… Continue reading

Cartagena

Stepping off the plane in Cartagena was like walking into a wall of humid tropical air.  Cartagena, a colonial town on the Caribbean coast of Colombia, would be my base for the next… Continue reading

Bienvenido a Colombia!

Colombia, a country known mainly for its drug cartels and Pablo Escobar, is finally experiencing the mass tourist crowd the rest of South America has had for years.  From the moment I entered… Continue reading

Unboliviable Bolivia…

After spending 4 months in the Middle East and the Indian Subcontinent, a place where women can wear what they walk around without feeling like you are being stalked and stared at was… Continue reading