Dangers in Colombia? This is a topic of heavy conversation especially in Colombia. Since the era of the drug wars and Pablo Escobar, there has always been a tainted mentality about the country. Everyone thinks its not safe to travel there and that every American is going to get kidnapped! I was kidnapped last night, but only to […]
Chile is actually known as the Switzerland of the south while Bariloche, right on the border between Chile and Argentina, is the Switzerland of Argentina. This is where you can feast your eyes on gorgeous snowcapped mountains and a gorgeous lake country. In the surrounding area you can find plenty to do with outdoor activities […]
Le Flâneur (music by The XX) from Luke Shepard on Vimeo. Luke used a Nikon D90 DSLR for the pictures and processed them with Adobe After Effects and Adobe Premiere Pro. National Geographic also interviewed him for the project, you can check out the full interview here.
MY EXPERIENCE: I am pretty new travel blogger compared to the vets that have been doing this for the last few years. I started my blog with the original intention of generating traffic for a business venture I was involved in. I didn’t think I would be so passionate in sharing my travels and meeting […]
The impact of American culture never seems to escape me anywhere I go. So far the country with the least American impact has been Brazil. These two buildings are withing a complex which is rightly called the World Trade Center – Montevideo. A side note is that the United States is one of the largest […]
In the middle of this picture you can see three goofballs doing something silly, including that Wandering Trader fellow to the left. In the back ground you will see “El Indio”, The Indian in English. This is one of the pronounced rock formations that you will find the highest and driest desert in the world, […]