Playa Crystal at Tayrona park: epically awesome

23.11.17 06:48 PM By Putri - Comment(s)

I read a lot of travel blogs that wrote about the hidden paradise of the north coast of Colombia; Tayrona National Park. Well, not so hidden anymore apparently. Tons of articles about the conservation park, that the Colombians are very proud of, shows that the park has become one of the most visited...

Gente de Mar, Rosario Islands

01.08.17 10:06 PM By Putri - Comment(s)

When someone mentions the word Cartagena, nice weather, cold drinks, beaches, and fresh pineapple come to mind. You do find those things in Cartagena for sure. Worry not, I am not going to blabber about Cartagena’s nice weather today, because as a coastal region, Cartagena is bound to have a nice co...

Choco Museo

03.07.17 07:09 PM By Putri - Comment(s)

I found two new vending machines in my office building, y’all! They are hidden underneath the stairs in one of the building’s entrance lobbies. This discovery has led to numerous irresponsible trips for snacks during critical hours at work (critical hours means when I start to starve and act like I’...

Fav Colombia Street Food Champions

20.06.17 10:27 PM By Putri - Comment(s)

Unlike most adults in my age that seem to have figured out their lives, I somehow still struggle to understand some basic knowledge, like understanding the four cardinal directions and deciphering the fine line between boredom and hunger (but then again, aren’t we all?). But today I am not going to ...


17.06.17 02:40 PM By Putri - Comment(s)

I have been sitting in front of this screen for damn too long trying to sum up our last week in Colombia, which we spent in Cartagena. I just don’t know where to start. Cartagena was magical, there were so many awesome things happening when we were there around Christmas. I thought the city would be...

El Penon de Guatapé

23.05.17 08:33 PM By Putri - Comment(s)

After 5 full days in Salento, we decided to move on to the next city; Medellin. Salento doesn't have any bus terminal, it has this small kiosk that sells bus tickets with a hand-written board of what bus goes where, when and the fare. We took the earliest bus that leaves Salento and paid about 20 US...

Cocora Valley

12.05.17 09:37 PM By Putri - Comment(s)

Today I was sharing juicy gossips to a friend and somehow our conversation full of malarkey led to a serious talk about life, passion, and living a life without passion. Don’t you just love it how a petty talk about one’s life ends up making you think about your own petty life? It made me realize th...

El Ocaso Coffee Plantation, Salento

02.05.17 09:37 PM By Putri - Comment(s)

Colombia is known worldwide as a huge coffee producer, they also claim that their coffee is the best. This serious self-designation shouldn’t be taken lightly and therefore it was crucial for us to visit a coffee plantation while we were in Colombia. What? It wasn't a self accusation but it is world...

La Zipaquira Salt Cathedral

18.04.17 08:52 PM By Putri - Comment(s)

Although I might seem like I have a flawless personality I must admit that I have one or two (or 6749362819) irrational fears. The most monumental fears of them all are; fear of heights, fear of the dark, and fear of old age poverty.

So what does my scaredy-cat qualities has to do with this article o...

Monserrate, the monastery on top of a mountain

07.04.17 11:28 PM By Putri - Comment(s)

Before I blabber about the beauty of this iconic place in Bogota, let me tell you about how am I doing at the moment. You know, just in case you care to know… Ha, I am writing as if there`s any digital dumplings actually read this blog!