…Travel stories from hitchhiking to Cartagena, Colombia… It’s about language. It’s about learning who you are. It’s about not getting comfortable with one way of life because you want to actively acknowledge all its possibilities. It’s not about indecision but about understanding the world from different perspectives before important … Continue reading Tell Me On to Cartagena!
…Travel stories from hitchhiking to Carnival in Barranquilla, Colombia… Goodbyes are quick, because we seem to be only ever going and going and then we’re gone. It is not my own obsession with the Now, it is humanity´s. The tyranny of the Time. And forever human dreams of frozen … Continue reading From Family with Granny to Danger with Sammy to Forgetting at Party
…Travel stories from Medellin, Colombia… Couchsurfing with Sonya – 2 days I arrived to Sonya’s house after walking through the rest of the sports park, where for the first time in Latin America I found a roller hockey rink, and for the first time ever I saw roller figure … Continue reading 1 City, 4 Saints, and a Homesick Wanderer
…Travel stories from hitchhiking in Colombia… Cartagena, like I’ve already mentioned, is a jewel. I was amazed to learn that it fell to invading forces at one point, because the walls truly are magnificent. There are also two fortresses proteceting the waterways surrounding the town. I spent some time … Continue reading Of Colombians and The Road
…Travel stories from hitchhiking in Panama, the Darrien Gap and Colombia… Where is this voyage taking me in the end? Most of the time, I keep the idea of arriving in Chile in my mind. To tell you the truth, I’m more interested in seeing certain parts of Asia than … Continue reading Panamanian Goodness and Life As A Stowaway