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My travel blogs are written from my experiences traveling around the world, and they contain all the stories, tips, and awkward situations that I have gotten myself in. I have traveled to roughly 80 countries now and have visited all 7 continents. Traveling around the world has taken me to the from desolate deserts of Africa all the way to the tropical climates of Asia and South America.

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Emerald at the International Emerald Museum-Bogota

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 The picture of this emerald was taken inside of the showcase of Emeralds.  The manager was nice enough to allow me to take pictures after I told this that I owned this travel site.  Pictures are restricted throughout the entire museum for security purposes.  The Emerald museum was very different from the other museums in […]

Tayrona National Park-Colombia

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Tayrona National Park is one of the most beautiful places I have seen in all of Colombia.  In order to see this beauty you have to trek at least 1 hour in the 100 degree weather with 100% humidity.  I walked for roughly 4-5 hours that day and all my clothes were completely drenched. When […]

Travel to Cuba? Look at the Alternative: Cartagena, Colombia

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Traveling to Cuba to this day is still illegal for American citizens.  The only people allowed to visit the ostracized country from the United States are Cubans.  In order for Americans to visit the country they must sneak in by boat or without an American airline.  I haven’t personally travelled to Cuba but can tell […]

Bella Donna at National Museum of Colombia in Bogota

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The National Museum in Bogota is actually quite impressive.  I just arrived from exploring the massive 3 story museum.  I took this picture on the third floor at a unique angle.  Luckily the private security knew how to get everyone out of the museum since they were offering free cake for the birthday of the […]

Blue Crab at Tayrona National Park-Colombia

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Walking into Tayrona National Park is not a matter that you should take lightly.  Most days here on the Colombian coast you will find that it feels well over 100 degrees with 100% humidity.  Many take their time but since I am a stubborn 27 years young I decided to charge my way through the […]

Taxi Hunting & Slapping Prostitutes In Medellin, Colombia

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I can assure you this post is nothing more than a humorous PG scandal. **Disclaimer** You might laugh. You can always hear when there is a soccer match that either involves the Colombian national team or the team from Medellin.  When a goal is almost scored you can hear the “oohhhhhhh” from homes across the […]

Visiting Cali, Colombia for the first time

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I never felt at home more than I have in Medellin, Colombia.  Even when I first arrived I kind of felt like I was home.  I had to visit the city of Cali, Colombia because I kept hearing rants and raves about it.  Everyone told me that it’s a bit like Medellin only warmer and […]

Driving The Atacama Desert & Chilean Coast

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I decided to spend roughly 5 days in the Atacama Desert to see all of the region. I honestly didn’t know much about all the things to do in Chile until I started living there and talking to locals. Once I arrived I was blown away by all of the unique things to see and […]