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Category Archives: Travel
I recently had the amazing opportunity and pleasure of travelling to Lima, Peru, thanks to Chowzter, an organization devoted to finding “the world’s tastiest fast feast”. I was invited earlier this year to represent Bogotá as Chief Chowzter and so … Continue reading
I’ve been to Cartagena three times in my life. Once when I was about 7 years old (my memories consist of the hotel pool), once for work (the company I worked for paid for everything), and again towards the end … Continue reading
Bogotá Eats & Drinks went to Boston in May for a much needed vacation. Continue reading
Colombian agronomist and chef Diego Moreno is biking his way around South America to discover the continent’s cuisine. Continue reading
Yesterday Proexport launched its new Official Blogger initiative. 33 bloggers, yours truly included, will share their stories about Colombia with the world, through their eyes, ears and taste-buds, enticing tourists and investors alike to come and experience Colombia. We all got together at … Continue reading
A few months ago I jumped at the chance to go on a 5-day trekking adventure in Colombia’s El Cocuy National Park in the Department of Boyacá (about a 10 hour bus ride from Bogotá). It was hard, it was grueling, and … Continue reading