Barcelona is a city that offers a bit of everything: history, architecture, food and drink, sports, green space, museums, art galleries, and an amazing waterfront. What better way to explore this incredible city than by foot? During my stop in Barcelona, I decided to spend a day that I had free to do one … Continue reading Top things to see on a wandering tour of Barcelona
I wrote this article about the Trans-Siberian Railway for another travel blog called Anew Traveller! The Trans-Siberian Railway is one of the greatest journeys on earth, spanning from Moscow, deep in the heart of European Russia, over 9,000km all the way to Vladivostok, which is on the Pacific Ocean.
I wrote this article for another travel blog that I'm a big fan of, called Anew Traveller! It delves into an amazing trip to Thailand that I went on in February 2012, where I visited Bangkok, Phuket and Kanchanaburi!
It is difficult to grasp the immensity of the tragedy that has occurred in Comuna 13 during a past that seems, in many ways, distant, but also so recent. Comuna 13 is a place that bombards the senses and emotions. For me, it was an experience that evoked feelings of sadness, as well as joy … Continue reading Street art, tragedy & hope: a chronical of life in Medellín’s Comuna 13
With its rich abundance of beautiful architecture and emphasis on the arts, La Candeleria is one of the most dazzling neighbourhoods in Bogotá! Located in downtown Bogotá, La Candelaria has been described as the city’s “beating heart” and that was obvious from the moment I set foot there. It is a neighbourhood that offers an exhilarating … Continue reading You had me at ‘La Candelaria’!
Never in my entire life have I seen street art as vibrant, beautiful and meaningful as I did in Bogotá! Street art is commonplace in Colombia, and often conveys deep meaning. I decided to do a tour in Bogotá that would focus on local street art, as I was curious about what that … Continue reading Journey Into A World Of Street Art
From the moment when I stepped off my plane in Bogota, the capital and largest city in Colombia was one of the most riveting cities I have ever visited. It left me utterly breathless, both figuratively and literally, as it sits at an elevation of 8,675 feet above sea level. Perhaps it was from the … Continue reading Bogotá: A Traveler’s Love Affair
I had the pleasure of going on a two-day tour of the area, touring coffee farms, eating local food and hiking. It was quite honestly one of the most enjoyable two days of my life. Sure, you can go to Colombia’s Eje Cafetero, Colombia’s world famous coffee axis, but why pass up this gorgeous region … Continue reading Coffee, Hiking and Great Food: A Journey through Bogotá’s Coffee Region
When we booked a trip to Colombia, almost everyone asked “Is it safe to travel there?”. This question is, in some ways, the inspiration behind the BroHawk Adventures site. We love to share our travel stories and want to help dispel the myth that Colombia is a dangerous country to be avoided in your travel … Continue reading Colombia: Is it safe?