Traveling to Punta Gallinas Guajira Colombia

  ¡¡¡Revisa nuestra Guía Completa para visitar Cabo de la Vela completamente actualizada  para más información sobre viajar a La Guajira!!! Punta Gallinas es el punto más septentrional de América del Sur – el inicio de un continente (o el final: depende de su perspectiva realmente): el punto donde la gran masa continental de América […]

Medellin Metrocable

  Medellin has become famous over the past few years for it’s impressive commitment to innovative and progressive social and architectural projects. It clearly still has it’s issues to sort out, like many global cities, but in going from the world’s most dangerous city in the 90s to ‘most innovative’ in 2013, Medellin has undergone […]

flight to el choco colombia

  Colombia is a pretty geographically diverse place: you can go from desert, to plains, to jungle, to high Andean mountains to ocean in just a couple of days here, so getting around can sometimes be tricky. Most people fly, take buses or drive, but there are many other forms of transport in Colombia that […]

Brujitas San Cipriano

  I have travelled on some unusual modes of transportation over my many years of travel: tuk-tuks through Bangkok, sea-planes over Vancouver Island, a hot-air balloon over the Masai Mara. Even in Colombia you can often find yourself crammed into the back of a 6-seater bus with 14 other people or, as happened to me […]

BiciTaxi in Colombia, carrying my regal self

  When you finally get to Colombia, the easiest way to travel around by far (before you enter the magical world of The Chicken Buses) are those little lemon-yellow  taxis blaring out their salsa or reggaeton that are in such rich profusion pretty much all over the country. Convenient, quick, and relatively cheap; they’re generally reliable, […]