Monthly Archives: September 2008

Travel to Move. Somewhereville, USA.

Wow… it’s been an amazing journey. I still have a wrap up I am working on (including a series of photos), but first, I wanted to share with you a little about this “snob blog” I have created. Continue reading

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Back in the States…

Hello reader,

I’m back in the States… and go figure, I’m behind on my writings. Expect a few more to come in over the next few days, as well as a trip overview.

peace out…

Eric/Enrique/Bob-o/Ima Jerk/Whickwhahaha

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Goodbye Enrique. Bogota, Colombia.

When traveling, I find it easier to have a name that fits into the culture. I stick to Eric in the states, Bob-o in England, Whickwahahaha in the tribal areas of Africa, Ima Jerk in France, and Enrique in Latin America. I think Enrique loosely translates to Eric, but I’m not really sure. The main reason why I choose Enrique is because I want to honor my idol Enrique Iglesias. One day, I hope to get paid ridiculous sums of money to sing as horribly as Mr. Iglesias. Continue reading

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Beginning of the End. Bogata, Colombia.

As I entered the frigid capital of Colombia, I realized that within a few days time, I will be back in the states. I will have access to a car, hot water, frequent visits to Target, and finally, a good bed to sleep in. But, I’m not ready to come home at all…I don’t want/need convenience right now. I pushed these thoughts aside and prepared myself to have one hell of a time and enjoy the beginning of the end (the end of chapter one that is). Continue reading

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Day at the University. Medellin, Colombia.

I arrived in Medellin on a Sunday evening. The streets were deserted. Every shop was closed. It looked just like a ghost town, and I wondered (and hoped) if life would pick up the following day. Continue reading

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Hanging With the Fam. Caucasia, Colombia.

When ever an offer is extended to stay with some locals, I jump on it. A friend from The Andiamo (the boat I took) insisted that I come through her town, and doing so turned out to be an absolute blast. Continue reading

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Rhythm of the Night. Cartegena, Colombia.

The night was young. Earlier, I had spotted a Cuban bar that I had the desire to check out. A couple of us from the boat ride headed to Little Havana and prepared ourselves for the rhythm of salsa to enter our souls. Continue reading

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