The last time I was in Bogotá, I was luckily enough to befriend quite a few Colombians. Thankfully, I kept in touch with a few of them over these past few years. After being here for a few weeks, I was finally able to get together with one of my old friends. Continue reading
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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
Sadly, my stint in Guatemala is coming to a close. I have uploaded a few of my favorite photos from the past few weeks, along with pictures of just a fraction of the people I have befriended (under people). Expect a few more writings to trickle in within the next few days in regards to Guatemala.
Off to El Salvador! Buen viaje!
Since I have been in San Pedro for nearly three weeks now, I’ve been playing the roll of “unofficial guide” for travelers stopping by. Now, I share with everyone the best places (in my opinion) in San Pedro. For those considering coming here, read and memorize every word…and for those not even thinking about a trip to San Pedro, read anyways to see what you are missing. Continue reading
Due to the intensity of my Spanish classes, I was highly looking forward to the weekend allowing me to relax and make new friends. Certain items were on the agenda, but we mostly flew by the seat of our pants. Continue reading
We arrived in Panajachel and were immediately mesmerized by the stunning scenery. Situated on the picture perfect Lago de Atitlan, we thought the best way to explore would be on foot. We took off on a 4 kilometerwalk, only to later find ourselves on a private boat with complete strangers that we now call our friends. Continue reading