A Horseback Ride, A Salt Mine Cathedral, and Everything In Between

From Barranquilla we made the two hour trek to the beach city of Santa Marta.  Along the way we came across several small villages, all that were unfortunately covered in non-biodegradable trash.  We had to stop for photos and some drone footage since we want to capture ALL of Colombia, not just the pleasant parts. … More A Horseback Ride, A Salt Mine Cathedral, and Everything In Between

Babies in Barú

A little over an hour outside of Cartagena are the beautiful beaches of Barú.  As I’ve mentioned before, Fabian’s family is not into tourist attractions.  We were on the hunt for little rundown villages and they were plentiful here.  We followed the directions of Google Maps passed a few tiny communities and a beach where vendors … More Babies in Barú

The Meaty Market

When Fabian’s family travels they try to stay away from any areas infested with tourists.  His father, Charles, likes to experience life from the local’s perspective. As you can see from the following images: There have been many times that we see something interesting happening from the car, so we park and hop out to … More The Meaty Market