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Eva Laura Siegel

Eva Laura Siegel

I´m a 27-year-old public health researcher in the area of HIV/STIs originally from San Francisco, California.

In 2008 I moved to Buenos Aires, Argentina on more or less of a whim, and since then I´ve lived in Cali, Colombia and Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, which is where I currently write from.

When I´m not talking to people about their sex lives, I read far too many articles online, do a lot of ill-recommended cooking experiments, wander around the city, and go to music and dance stuff.


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I have wanted to go to Medellín for quite awhile now.

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Tags: Medellín
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  • Chevereganga
    Chevereganga says #
    Medellin is the paradise. The city of eternal spring. We love it.
  • Patricia Stewart
    Patricia Stewart says #
    We will be traveling to Bogota for our daughter's wedding in early July. We are hoping to stay 3 weeks to travel. Since family l...

Colombian Independence Day = Lechona


Colombia Independence Day is July 20th, and in essence it’s more or less the same as Independence Day in the U.S., or most places, I imagine: lost of food, lots of beer, and an amped-up dose of nationalism. Colombian Independence Day does of course involve music and dancing as well, as all Colombian celebrations do, and instead of doing the typical, weak-sauce American cookout, many people will clean, stuff and roast a whole piglet. (Don’t forget to decorate it afterwards!)

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Bate Bate Chocolate


I’ve written about Colombian hot chocolate here before, the kind you put cheese in, but I’ve never just written about the plain old Colombian-style hot chocolate that makes me ever so happy on a nearly daily basis.

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Mystery tuber time


I recently wrote about Colombian supermarkets and some of the unknown produce I faced the first time I walked into one.

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  • Eva Laura Siegel
    Eva Laura Siegel says #
    My favorite are the little fried papitas criollas!
  • Paige Poole
    Paige Poole says #
    There are so many tubers here that I have no idea what to do with! When I am with my mother in law in Bogotá in December, I plan t...

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