Twenty Years Hence

Food for Thought with Twenty Years Hence

As the Food for Thought interview series continues, we learn more about other travelers’ journeys, and the role food plays. Each new interview confirms our belief that food is one of the best…

Shannon O'Donnell

Food for Thought with A Little Adrift

Through the Food for Thought series, we continue learn more about other travelers’ journeys, and the role food plays. As we travel, we often make meaningful connections through a country or region’s foods. Sharing…

Medellin Graffiti

Street Art: Medellin’s Voice of the People

Creative expression can be found in many forms. Street art is often a form of expression for those who don’t have other means. It can convey a personal message, or…

Cook, Sip, Go!

Food for Thought with Cook Sip Go

Through the “Food for Thought” interview series, we aim to explore the idea that “to truly experience a culture, you must taste it.” Through a country or region’s foods, we…

Maria Mulata, street art in Cartagena

Street Art: Colors of Cartagena

Street Art in Cartagena Cartagena is already so full of vibrant color; it’s hard to imagine street art wouldn’t get lost in the kaleidoscope. Beyond the colonial architecture, doors and…

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Food for Thought with Mapping Megan

The Food for Thought series explores travelers’ relationships with food as they explore new places and cultures. As we meet new people in our travels, we love to learn what they grew up…

Chontaduro Cart

Heavenly Colombian Fruit

Traveling in Colombia we loved exploring colonial towns, learning some history, appreciating architecture and getting out into nature. Then there was the fruit! We spent a fair amount of time…

Bogota Mural Candelaria

Street Art: Bogota’s Cultural Renaissance

Bogota Street Art Bogota has come a long way through a turbulent history. Still often ranked toward the bottom in terms of livability and called one of the ugliest capitals around, street artists…

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Food for Thought with Viet World Kitchen

Through the Food for Thought interview series, we explore what it means when we say “to truly experience a culture, you must taste it.” Food often helps us make meaningful connections that we…

Ushuaia Wall

Street Art: The Evolution of Graffiti

Graffiti. Art? Eyesore? Vandalism or outlet of free expression? Does it bring a neighborhood down, or can it raise one up? Moving to New York in the late 80s, there…