After spending Christmas with my family in the states, I headed back to Colombia for New Years. We moved from Medellín to Bogotá on December 29 so we didn't have much time to prepare for the New Year's celebrations. Many people were out of town for this but a handful of us stuck around. We … Continue reading Bringing in the New Year in Bogotá
Throughout the year, Remote Year would provide "plus events" for the group to participate in. Remote Year would setup all of the logistics, you simply needed to pay to join the trip. Many of these trips were very unique, local experiences you couldn't find in a normal tourist shop. They were organized by the city … Continue reading Kitesurfing in Colombia? – come to Chivor!
The gastronomical capital of the world, a city high up on cliffs overlooking the sea boasting a population greater than New York City, the city of Lima has something for everyone. I spent the last month in Lima, Peru diving into the country's diverse cuisine and even more diverse landscape. There are two things that … Continue reading Peru- Eating and exploring my way through the gastronomical and biodiverse capital of the world
Buenos Aires, the "New York" of South America. The biggest city in the biggest South American country outside of Brazil, Buenos Aires is a business and tourist hub on the east side of Argentina. Argentina is a huge country, in fact much bigger than I think people realize as evidence by the photo below. Much … Continue reading Let’s give South America a try- Buenos Aires
Chile was another country that I've always wanted to visit. I don't exactly know why but I just remember wanting to go there one day for a number of years. With us being stationed in Córdoba, Argentina for the month of October, a trip to Santiago was at the top of my wish list. I … Continue reading Mountains and Korean BBQ – A match made in Chilean heaven
Our eighth month was spent in Córdoba, Argentina. Córdoba is Argentina's second largest city and it is smack-dab in the middle of the country. The Argentine Sierras mountain range is about an hour away and there are not many other big cities nearby. You are kind of secluded here but it is also just a … Continue reading Finding sense in the middle of Argentina- A month in Córdoba