Human Trafficking, Betrayal and Slavery

This may be a strange topic for a nomad.  Given the traveling lifestyle we have adopted, the fact that freedom is something I truly cherish should be of no surprise. There are so many things that can enslave us: dictators, debt, false beliefs or even marriage. I have spent years cutting one chain at a... Continue Reading →

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Our Top 11 Places to Visit in Colombia

Colombia is twice the size of Texas.  Within its borders one can find Caribbean beaches, hot deserts, a modern city of eternal spring, snowcapped mountains, rain and cloud forests, the tallest wax palms in the world and much more.  On top of that it is very inexpensive. "Isn't it dangerous in Colombia?" is the first... Continue Reading →

The Most Beautiful Place in Colombia

As we teetered across a cable suspension bridge with missing boards and rotten connections between our feet, I held onto the cable rail and felt giddy with excitement.  I had been looking forward to this hike for months now.     We followed a trail leading us past verdant farmlands and beautiful foliage next to... Continue Reading →

I Ate an Ant and Flew Off a Cliff: Chicamocha Canyon & San Gil area

We all took one on the palm of our hands, looking at it like it was an alien curiosity.  These ants were huge.  We popped them into our mouths as if we were taking tequila shots. ...After about 20 minutes of flying my pilot said, "Ok we are going down now to land." We continued to ascend.  After a few minutes my pilot said, "Um, we are still going up." I laughed and said, "I see that."  We were in a strong updraft.

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