© 2017 Ol Around The World. Created by Chris Paradise

  • Facebook - Black Circle
  • Twitter - Black Circle
  • Instagram - Black Circle
Please reload

Search By Tags
Please reload

Archive

October 13, 2017

Excited to be going back to Bogota! Civilization! No rooster wake up calls and restaurants with menus! 

The departure time wasn’t printed on our airline tickets from La Macarena to Villavicencia, so we made our way to the office of the airline the night before to make s...

October 13, 2017

The boat ride back from the hike to Macarena was touch and go. We drifted in the fast moving current unable to steer because the engine lost power. We neared the bank covered with vegetation teeming with wildlife, including huge tree climbing iguana with very sharp tee...

October 12, 2017

No need for an alarm clock when the roosters and construction started around 6:30 am. We awoke to find the city was without power, it happens a few times a day. No problem, we opened our shutters and watched the neighbors chasing a horse out of their yard and a lady wi...

October 11, 2017

After our mountain hiking experience we needed a few days to rest and recuperate in Bogota (okay I actually needed to go eat again at my favorite Colombian chain restaurant, Crepes and Waffles). And, so after my fill of caramel, chocolate and ice cream, we were off to...

October 5, 2017

Today we are leaving Bogota for a new adventure in Cano Cristales, a river in central Colombia. Also known as “the river of five colors” and “the liquid rainbow, Cano Cristales has been described as the most beautiful river in the world.

Until just a few years ago, Cano...

Please reload