Medellin Travel Blog

Our Medellin Travel Blog comprises all of our stories about living and traveling in Medellin. So far I have lived in Medellin for over a year and have recently purchased property in the country. I also will have rooms for rent in Medellin so if you are interested in staying in a great place don’t hesitate to let me know. Medellin is the first place that I have decided to live overseas in and plan on spending a significant amount of time here in the city. Also be sure to check out the main Colombia Travel Blog as well:

Is Medellin, Colombia Dangerous? Or Safe?

Cocaine In Colombia

Is Medellin, Colombia dangerous? Or is Medelin Safe?  That is the question I always receive from many people that realize I’ve decided to setup a home base here. Those considering a visit to Medellin for business or pleasure for the first time still have that aging question in the back of their minds. The truth […]

Cost Of Living in Medellin, Colombia: Penthouse Edition

Cost Of Living in Medellin, Colombia: Penthouse Edition

The cost of living in Medellin, Colombia has remained quite low over the last few years. Whenever I travel throughout the world I always rent a furnished apartment, to create myself a home base. This has been a requirement for me, as I am still actively day trading a traveling around the world. Reliable internet for me […]

Meet Our New Day Trading Penthouse in Medellin

Marcello Arrambide in Medellin

I have been traveling around the world now for nearly 5 years. A very exciting adventure spanning more than 80 countries. Living in 12 countries across 5 continents. As of last year visiting all 7 continents as well. Some of my most interesting and daring moments include visiting remote places like Somiland, The Guianas, and […]

Things To Know About Visiting Medellin, Colombia

Medellin Colombia

These are the things to know about visiting Medellin, Colombia.  I’ve been rediscovering life in the city ever since I arrived just a few days ago. It has been an extremely rigorous year of travel in 2013. So far I have visited upwards of 15 countries across five continents and lived in six different countries. […]