3 Things You MUST Know Before You Step Foot In Colombia

Dear Traveler, It is with a sober heart and a stern head that I write you this message, in light of the homicide of another American tourist in the Poblado neighborhood (the wealthiest part) of Medellin, Colombia. There needs to be more travel writers who, …

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Hold Everything: The Colombian Tax Trap No One Is Talking About

All right guys, it’s time someone blogged about this. Perhaps someone else has written about this, but I am not aware of any ‘pro-Colombia’ blogger who has done a post on the recent tax laws that have come into effect and/or are being voted on …

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Limiting Travel For The Sake Of Maximizing It

I wouldn’t classify myself as a ‘travel blogger’. I really have little interest in being one. By that I mean I simply do not want to travel to places for 1 week stays in hotels, get city tours, massages, dinners, and take pictures and videos …

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Pimsleur Spanish Program: The Definitive Review

Many people including me have used the Pimsleur language program to learn a foreign language. Here I am going to give you my super-definitive, 1300+ word review of the Pimsleur Spanish program, and by the end of it, you will have a good idea of …

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Is This A Formula For Finding Nightlife Hotpots In Colombia?

So, the other night I went to this club in Medellin. I went there because I was invited to a birthday party, but didn’t quite know what to expect as I had never heard of the club before. When I arrived, I noticed the line …

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THIS Is Where The Most Beautiful Girls In Brazil Are…

When I went through Brazil, I would often meet Brazilians who wanted to talk to me about their women. I told them about my plans of romping through southern Brazil, and when I would mention the various cities, they would proffer their opinions. – Me: …

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Survey Results, Creativity, And Blogging Calibration

Recently, I’ve been doing a lot of thinking about what direction I am going to take this blog. As I’ve done so, I’ve realized that either 1) generating significant revenue, 2) fomenting a movement, or 3) impacting lives are the main things that would sustain …

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Should You Learn A New Language And Start A Business At The Same Time?

Learning a foreign language, quite frankly, a big project. It’s a little like starting a business. If you have ever tried to start a business, you know that in the beginning, you start with a blank slate, your hopes and dreams, and then it is …

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