Monthly Archives: July 2012

My Inka Trail Adventure

Im sitting under the covers at my hostel, layered in as many clothes as I have, drinking my 3rd cup of tea, and trying to muster up some sort of resentment towards the Inka Trail for making me so sick. … Continue reading

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Street Meat Heaven in Santa Marta

After experiencing the luxury of Isla Baru compliments of my wonderful boyfriend, I knew it was my turn to treat him. So I booked us a private room with AC at a top rated hostel!! The hostel was in Santa … Continue reading

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Traveler mode

365 days ago (as of July 15), Alex and I went our first official date. That night, I got emotional and cried. Then in December, when I met up with him and his friends in Vegas, I thought that 3:00 … Continue reading

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Rum & Romance in Cartagena

After a day and a half of struggling to keep my breath in Bogota, Alex and I flew to Cartagena, a beach town on the Carribean Coast. The city was much smaller than Bogota (which has more people than LA). … Continue reading

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Bogota; the capital of lawless, dangerous Colombia

I guess I could perpetuate the stereotype that Colombia is unsafe to visit. It would definitely keep this country free from the huge wave of tourism that will certainly occur when people realize that Colombia is beautiful, safe, and so … Continue reading

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Panama: Where the people are cool and the buses are freezing

Im downstairs in the hostel with my cleanest clothes on, freshly shaved legs, and a hot cup of coffee. I am really stunned how three weeks have already passed. Time to say goodbye to Evi and Central America and start … Continue reading

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Reggae Jams Puerto Viejo Style

After Manuel Antonio, we got on our 4:30 am bus back to San Jose, where we trasnferred onto Puerto Viejo. This town is on the carribean coast, just a few miles north of the border with Panama. Pulling into Puerto … Continue reading

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