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June 1, 2018 – June 8, 2018 Post graduation trip to Colombia with Tyler Unforgettable views, friendly culture, and more fried food than the US (shocking, I know…

Little kids hold such a great power in their hearts. They are young and pure. They have ambition and determination. I admire their innocent authenticity. I…

I don't plant squash in the garden. Any squash that does come up is a volunteer from the previous fall. All kitchen scraps at our house, including seeds, go…

Back in my hometown of La Vela in Venezuela we have an annual event called called “Los locos” (literally “The crazies” or “The loonies”) on the 28th of December…

A quiet morning in Santa Marta and the calm Caribbean Sea just before the rush of people begin their day. September comes with a breeze blowing off the sea just…

Sometimes misidentified as Diamond Head, the dormant volcano near Waikiki Beach in Hawaii, Mount Popa looms in the background of Cartagena de Indias. La Popa,…

Sunsets can be magnificent on the Santa Marta coast of the Caribbean Sea. Many nights, storms move across the Caribbean, lightning fiercely striking the water…

In Paris they are known as Mime's. In South America they are known as Mimo's, the only difference being Mimo's insert a small whistle in their mouths and "beep"…

The frigate in the middle of the harbor is both a symbol and a testament of the relationship with the United States military and the resolve of the Colombian…

Calle de la Amargura, translated "Street of Bitterness" refers to a broken heart and is located in the Corralito de Piedra, the "Wall of Stone" in the old city…

Santa Marta is a breezy city situated on the Caribbean Sea about 2 hours, by 'de autobus", east of Cartagena de Indias in the Colombian department of Magdalena.…

My wife, Carolina, took this shot early one morning after a night time storm washed it ashore. Locals find these pieces of coral and throw them back into the…
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