In my preparation for Colombia I had been listening to the Revolutions Podcast by Mike Duncan. A series that details the events that led to Latin America’s independence. Thanks to this podcast I knew that Bogota is of huge historical importance. And it’s a huge city. With over 10 million inhabitants it’s the biggest in Colombia




Walking around downtown Bogota the colonial architecture isn’t the only thing that catches your eye. There is graffiti everywhere. And a lot of it is very good and seems to try to be telling you something. I vowed to uncover some of the stories of the spray paint





Restaurants in Colombia are very cheap. The only time you may encounter an exception to this rule is when you’re staying in a touristy area. I was staying in Bogota’s Candelaria Neighborhood (the Historic District) which is where the majority of tourists spend their time in Bogota. But with a little effort I was still able to get some amazing Colombian food at delicious prices





Since my Sony Handycam (with 60X zoom) decided to bid me adios in Mexico, I had been mostly enjoying my GoPro Hero Session 5. But I was missing the ability to zoom in for some precise shots. I figured Bogota would be a good place to add to the family