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City Hiking in Bogota

In what seems like an event from another lifetime, I decided, after staring too long at the ubiquitous railings that are so synonymous with New York’s fire escapes, to take an urban hike through that city. Donning my well-worn boots, I laced up and headed out of my tenement in Washington Heights and struck out south down the entire length of Broadway. It was 11 miles in total all the way to the Ferry Terminal and took me about 5 hours given the inevitable delays at street crossings, construction, stopping to take photos and well, soaking up all of what New York has in profundity, character.


When I Was Little

When I was little, El Dorado was the place Esteban et al. were searching for in the cartoon ‘The Mysterious Cities of Gold’. However, according to what I learned at Guatavita, El Dorado has nothing to do with hard-to-find jungle cites…

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    Did you heard about the "Fifth Largest Cathedral in The World". There's awesome pictures at Take ...

Loving Medellín

I’ve been here for less than a day. But I can already say: I love Medellín.

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    Luz says #
    Hi! Thanks for talking so well about our country, but in my opinion your article seems kind of rude. It'll be nicer to talk about...
  • Joaco
    Joaco says #
    oh, and that new trend of giving a lot of weight to public places, cycling roads or parks, or the idea of opening huge libraries -...

Lost City (Ciudad Perdida) Trek

We’d been walking along a slightly muddy path, up and down hills for about 2 hours when it dawned on me what exactly I’d signed up for. A 6 day trek through the jungle of Colombia! I’m not a trekker, I had a terrible fitness level and had just spent the last 2 weeks partying in Bogota, what was I thinking!? But it was too late, I was there and we were walking. It would take 3 days all the way to the Lost City and back again.

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    hey Renee thanks for this post just wondered i am about as fit as a potatoe - how hard was the hike????...
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    Renee says #
    Hi Adam, thanks for your comment. On the Lost City trek you will pass some of the Indigenous communities, however it was a little ...


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