Colombia

Cartagena, Colombia

  Last December I washed up quite literally on the shore of Cartagena’s harbor.     With vertigo after fifty hours of sailing and five days without a shower     I wobbled down the maze of docks uncertain as to where they might lead me.     But inside of Cartagena’s...

Tayrona National Park Really Does Exist

  You may pinch yourself when you wash up     on the stormy shore of Tayrona National Park.     Massive boulders with perfect porcelain curves     and foreboding jungle cloaked hills defy your perception of reality.     Tourists travel across turbulent water in a tiny...

How (Not to) Sail from San Blas to Colombia

  Awakened with a jolt, my body crashed violently against the side of the cabin. Sea water flooded through the roof. My eyes sprung open and scanned the room for our inebriated captain as his puppy nested in and ate my hair. They adjusted to the darkness and I spotted...

Taganga, Colombia

  There is nothing     to do     in Taganga.     Really.     There is nothing to do.     Except     maybe     quench your thirst on juice as fresh as Justin Bieber, the vendor transforming your variety into a tropical flurry     climb the limestone cliffs monitored by...

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Colombia

Cartagena, Colombia

  Last December I washed up quite literally on the shore of Cartagena’s harbor.     With vertigo after fifty hours of sailing and five days without a shower     I wobbled down the maze of docks uncertain as to where they might lead me.     But inside of Cartagena’s...

Tayrona National Park Really Does Exist

  You may pinch yourself when you wash up     on the stormy shore of Tayrona National Park.     Massive boulders with perfect porcelain curves     and foreboding jungle cloaked hills defy your perception of reality.     Tourists travel across turbulent water in a tiny...

How (Not to) Sail from San Blas to Colombia

  Awakened with a jolt, my body crashed violently against the side of the cabin. Sea water flooded through the roof. My eyes sprung open and scanned the room for our inebriated captain as his puppy nested in and ate my hair. They adjusted to the darkness and I spotted...

Taganga, Colombia

  There is nothing     to do     in Taganga.     Really.     There is nothing to do.     Except     maybe     quench your thirst on juice as fresh as Justin Bieber, the vendor transforming your variety into a tropical flurry     climb the limestone cliffs monitored by...

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