Question and Answers (1st Year Review)

June marked one year of full-time travel, work, and new experiences… Life on the road isn’t easy and I know how difficult that transparency is to maintain, so I asked everyone on my socials to submit questions they had about my travel. The questions are as follows (in italics): Do you enjoy doing all ofContinue reading “Question and Answers (1st Year Review)”

Swimming in the Blue Waters of a Border Town – Capurgana, Colombia

The trip to Capurgana was not for beginner travelers. You’ll be taking all forms of transportation this trip: bus, boat, and walking. Lots and lots of walking. My journey started in Medellin, Colombia. From Bello, I took a taxi (8,000 COP) to the North Bus Station. From there, I bought a bus ticket to theContinue reading “Swimming in the Blue Waters of a Border Town – Capurgana, Colombia”

Costeño Beach Travel Guide

You’re going to arrive in Santa Marta and leave the airport to one of the aggressive taxi drivers. Santa Marta is a busy city stuck a few years back. I was bothered by catcalling, but not so much as to not make my way along the Colombian Coast. From Santa Marta’s center (El Mercado), you’reContinue reading “Costeño Beach Travel Guide”

A Day in Oaxaca de Juarez, México

I open my eyes to hugs and laughs. I open Telegram and reply to everyone who had a busy night in Asia while I was sound asleep. I’m brought coffee in bed. I brush my teeth, wash my face, comb my hair. I grab my book or my journal and make my way to theContinue reading “A Day in Oaxaca de Juarez, México”

Why I decided against going across every Central American land border before 2022

In short: the answer is COVID. COVID regulations, an expensive trip that was going to be shorter than it would be worth it, and a very strict border. As an American, I realize that a “strict” border is a normal border to everyone else. I’m not blind to that, and that’s why I am alwaysContinue reading “Why I decided against going across every Central American land border before 2022”

When Things Go Wrong

It’s often said that social media is a highlight reel of someone’s life. While I agree, I wish to leave that ideal world on social media and describe the good, bad, and ugly of my travels on this blog. There are many times when I am traveling that things don’t go as planned. I live,Continue reading “When Things Go Wrong”

Tengo que conocer a otras artes

Hoy comencé un nuevo libro y esta cita viene de él. Entonces, quería escribir de todas formas de la cita, y cómo aplica a la vida y a mis viajes. Cuando estaba en París, estaba conociendo el arte que ya conocí desde antes. Creo que por eso no me gusta París para nada. Un arteContinue reading “Tengo que conocer a otras artes”