If you’re searching for a local’s experience in Medellín, I assure you Mirador de las palmas won’t disappoint. You’ll be greeted by loads of parked cars, motorcycles and food vendors on the side of the road trying to convince you your’e hungry from the moment you arrive. Continue reading “Mirardor de las palmas”
The people of Medellín work hard to steer away from the narrative created by Pablo Escobar’s drug cartel and the violence it brought to the city. Whether through urbanization, art or museums the people are letting visitors know Medellín has a lot more to offer than the history of one of the largest drug cartels in the world. Continue reading “Pictopía Graffiti”
Often times, Medellín is illustrated as a very dangerous and violent place, so much so, that when I told one of my Colombian friends I was going he shared with me how happy it makes him when people visit his country and make their own conclusions about it rather than being solely influenced by the media coverage.
This violent and dangerous portrayal dates back to when the city was the capital of the world’s cocaine business under the surveillance of Pablo Escobar, one of the world’s largest drug-traffickers. Continue reading “(Not So) Violent Medellín”
From the arts, to the parks, the views and the food, Philadelphia is quite captivating – below I’ve outlined some suggestions based on popular city spots & those that brought me the most joy: Continue reading “The City of Brotherly Love – Philadelphia”
I took a quick trip to Boston for a convention and was able to sneak away from meetings a few times to explore what the city has to offer. If you’re planning a trip to Boston soon consider these spots for your itinerary: Continue reading “Boston Itinerary – A Weekend Getaway”
To be honest I’m not quite sure yet what it is, at least not all it is.
When I first started my blog it was just for my family and friends, it was a way to tell everyone about my experience at the same time and not have to answer the same questions over and over. As time passed and the travels continued I realized how much I enjoyed writing about my travels. I thought about sharing my experiences on a much larger scale but kept finding excuses and hesitating – who’d be interested? What do I know about blogging? Am I even a good enough writer? etc.
Hi everyone! After telling you all the tricks I use to book those cheap flights we all love its time to share important items to consider when you’re getting ready to book!
Below I’ve outlined some important but often overlooked items to consider when planning and booking your flight: Continue reading “Consider This Before You Book Your Flight …”
Coming from a lower income family people often times find it hard to believe that I have been able to travel . So many times I get asked how I do it and my answer comes in two parts: first off, its all about the flight deals and secondly my motto is to book flights now and worry about the rest later.
People always want to know how to find the best deals when booking flights and below I’ve outlined my best practices! I hope this is helpful for you and if you want specific help booking flights or have any questions please reach out to me!
From the people, the tourist attractions, the animals, the waterfalls and the mountainous landscape, Costa Rica is a beautiful place and was such an amazing experience for me.
I was only able to spend 10 days in the country making it one of my shortest international trips to date. It was an unfriendly reminder how a full time job with a specific amount of vacation time would prove to be difficult for someone who enjoys traveling as much as I do. However, for the time being working is what funds my travels so this will teach me how to make the most of every trip no matter how long.
I came to several realizations in Costa Rica: Continue reading “A Hummingbird’s Home”