Month: October 2016
Colombia is known for having some of the world’s best coffee. The unique area in which is has been traditionally grown is known as the Coffee Triangle or Eje Cafetero. Comprising 3 departamentos (states) there is so much to see and do in this beautiful […]
We’re guilty of taking naps and reading sometimes, but there are so many other ways to kill time while at the airport or while traveling
Sometimes, travel gives you more pictures than you can write about. Here are some of the pictures from our coffee farm tour at El Placer that just didn’t fit into our posts.
ATL. The Capitol of the Dirty South. The place where urban sprawl meets southern roots in a culture clash that has come to define a city. Atlanta for me, has come to represent one of those places that I always drive through but haven’t actually […]
From Sip to Soil, Our Journey Through the Coffee Process at Finca El Placer – Visiting a Coffee Farm
From Sip to Soil, Our Journey Through the Coffee Process at Finca El Placer: A Learning Experience
There is nothing more romantic than a weekend away at a B&B, in my opinion. Antique houses with original wood floors and bedrooms with cast iron claw foot tubs are the way to my heart. But we can’t always get away, so this playlist is my […]
Our trip to Colombia was more than just an overseas adventure…
Few things are better than rainy days spent at home with a good book, a cup of tea, and your fur friend snuggled up next to you. This is the soundtrack to your favorite book and that soft blanket you curl up with. Go ahead, […]
Pablo tours can easily be found in Medellin, so this post isn’t to inspire you to travel to Colombia on the sole mission to see the world through Pablo’s eyes. It is easier to say, sometimes what something isn’t rather than what it is. I’m not sure what this is, so lets leave it at what it isn’t.
Sometimes, when you step back in time to Colombia’s “Cauca Viejo” and stay a night at Hotel Misia Maria, you quickly realize you have a home away from home! Our review of an amazing boutique hotel we wish we didn’t have to leave.
When medical procedures aboard cost a fraction of the American price, its no wonder that Medical Tourism popped up. The story of 3 American adults and their dental work in Colombia
Nostalgic Salt Water: The Sounds of rowboats, walks on isolated coast lines, and songs inspired by the sea
When the waves call your name in a haunting voice, you listen. These songs are the ocean calling you closer, telling you to stay a while. Simplicity and salty hair, Sirens calling out to sailors, and that row boat you keep finding on the horizon […]