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Best of 2016 Travels / Lo Mejor de Viajes en 2016

As I sit here, looking out of my second-story window in Santa Marta, Colombia, I think about how it's already March and it's a bit late to be recapping the last year of My Nomadic Life in Brazil. But if you've followed my blog longer than a month, you know this is normal behaviour and… Continue reading Best of 2016 Travels / Lo Mejor de Viajes en 2016

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My Nomadic Life: Finding Freedom in Nature

Before I reached Fortaleza, I was feeling a bit stuck in Barreirinhas, not feeling quite at home, dreaming of the beach and the Lençóis Maranhenses, a national park in Brazil’s state of Maranhão. The park is made up of 155,000 hectares of white sand desert, and during the rainy season, hallucinating lagoons fill up the… Continue reading My Nomadic Life: Finding Freedom in Nature

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Short (Travel) Story: Andean Roadtrip / Los Andes por Carretera

I went on a birdwatching roadtrip with my Dad, travelling south from Medellín to the Coffee Region of the Colombian Andes. Mi Papá y yo nos fuimos de viaje por carretera en búsqueda de aves para fotografiar, saliendo de Medellín, continuando hacia el sur y el Eje Cafetero en los Andes colombianos. We climbed the… Continue reading Short (Travel) Story: Andean Roadtrip / Los Andes por Carretera

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Yaigojé-Apaporis: Protegiendo la Selva Colombiana / Protecting the Colombian Jungle

In May 2014, I had the opportunity to return to the Colombian Amazon, this time working as a translator for a documentary film on mining and the significance of gold for the indigenous ethnic groups of the Yaigoje-Apaporis territory and National Natural Park.

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Mompox: Viaje a la Isla que el Tiempo Olvidó

Nuestro recorrido de seis horas de Santa Marta a Santa Cruz de Mompox nos llevó desde las bahías de la costa Caribe hasta las sabanas del río Magdalena, oscilando entre los departamentos del Magdalena, el Cesar y nuestro destino en el sur del Bolívar.