Guatapé is a small town in Antioquia just 80 km east of Medellín known for the 220 metre tall monolith that stands next to one of Colombia's largest dams.
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
The Lençóis Maranhenses are a national park in Brazil’s state of Maranhão which is made up of 155,000 hectares of white sand desert.
Growing up in the 80s and 90s, I was always told I could do and be anything I wanted, and I believed it. We, as a generation, were told to reach for the stars, that the sky was the limit, that the world was our oyster, that it was at our feet, in the palm… Continue reading Nomadic Life: Chasing Waterfalls in the Amazon
Now that I’m face to face with the start of a nomadic life, I can see that preparing for this change goes beyond travelling light; it means starting from scratch, learning to do things in a different way, and being more spontaneous; it means allowing myself to be guided by what’s inside of me—that thing… Continue reading My Nomadic Life: Running Toward the Water
Bolivar is a province in Colombia's Caribbean coast and one of the country's most popular destinations thanks to its beautiful beaches and islands and cities like Cartagena and Mompox. Photos taken between 2011 and 2015./Bolívar es un departamento en la costa Caribe de Colombia y uno de los destinos turísticos más populares del país gracias… Continue reading Barú & Cartagena