8 Things You Must Eat in Colombia

8 Things You Must Eat in Colombia

Posted by: on Nov 23, 2013 | 4 Comments

Colombia is known for having some of the world’s best coffee, but did you know that this country also has some of the most delicious food? It’s true, I went to Bogota and ate my way through the entire trip. Here are 8 foods you must try in Colombia.

What to pack & wear in Bogotà, Colombia: 5 Tips

What to pack & wear in Bogotà, Colombia: 5 Tips

Posted by: on Jul 23, 2013 | One Comment

If you’ve been reading along, you’ll know I went to Bogotà in May. And this recent heat wave in NYC (will it ever end) is making me long for this city’s cool weather! 

Bogotá, Colombia Day 3: City Sightseeing

Bogotá, Colombia Day 3: City Sightseeing

Posted by: on Jun 11, 2013 | 3 Comments

My final day in Bogotá was filled with sightseeing in the city. As much as I hate being a super-tourist, there are certain things you can’t miss when you’re traveling! So we headed downtown to La Candelaria, the historic district of the city.

Bogotà, Colombia Day 2: Salt Cathedral (Catedral de Sal)

Bogotà, Colombia Day 2: Salt Cathedral (Catedral de Sal)

Posted by: on Jun 5, 2013 | 5 Comments

The Salt Cathedral is about an hour’s drive from Bogotà, but your trip to the city wouldn’t be complete without a visit to this underground church. Built within the tunnels of a salt mine, the church goes 200m underground (goodbye cell service) and is considered a tourist must-see.

Bogotà, Colombia Day 1 in Usaquèn

Bogotà, Colombia Day 1 in Usaquèn

Posted by: on Jun 2, 2013 | 6 Comments

Last week I adventured to Bogotà, Colombia with my friend/Spanish-speaking guide Camila. Since her family is originally from the city, I was armed with every insider tip. At 4.5 days my trip was short and sweet – it IS possible to see a significant amount of the city in three days. If you’re planning a trip to Bogotà (do it!) here is my Day 1 suggestion: Usaquèn.