Hello! We are a couple from Northern California who love to travel and have been to over 65 countries. Recently, we quit our jobs, sold our house, sold our cars, and got rid of 90% of our belongings. We’re now completely nomadic, living a life of location independence.

Join us as we share our journey, pictures, interesting eats, and adventures with you.

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1. Bonny Doon Beach: a long beach with high cliffs on one side and dunes all around. It’s north of Santa Cruz, and there’s parking right along Highway 1 and Bonny Doon Road (get there ...Read more
Santa Cruz Beach Boardwalk:  Obviously this is top of the list for everyone, but be sure you don’t miss out on one of our favorites at the Boardwalk:  the miniature golf course. We play at ...Read more
Saturday, Day 1:  First head to the Botero Museum. Located right in downtown Candelaria, this free museum is a great place to start. There are over 100 works by Colombian artist Fernando Botero, as well ...Read more
Having limited time in Medellin, we decided to book a full day tour to the colorful town of Guatape.  We booked the Viator tour that was $30USD each, and totally worth the money. We started ...Read more
We booked a paragliding experience through “Paragliding Medellin” and the Colombian paragliding pioneer “Ruben Fly”.  That morning we woke up and made our way to the San Javier Station. We rode the Metro Cable Car ...Read more
Frappe Caribeno:  a delicious fruit smoothie for less than $1.  You can catch the locals pushing a Frappe cart down the streets or in the middle of the town plaza.  There are a variety of ...Read more
Minca is a small, quiet town in Northern Colombia, and an easy day trip from Santa Marta.  There is a ton to do in Minca, including coffee and cacao farms, waterfalls, and plenty of restaurants ...Read more
Day One: Day Trip to Taganga Taganga, Colombia is only about a 20 minute taxi ride from Santa Marta.  It’s a tiny fishing village with two beaches and lots of shopping. When we got there, ...Read more
When we decided on Colombia as a destination, one of the first things that we did was watch Anthony Bourdain’s “Parts Unknown” for Colombia.  After that, we immediately knew that we wanted to try a ...Read more
Colombian Street Food 1. Colombian Hot Chocolate and Cheese:  A mug full of rich hot chocolate served with a salty cube of white cheese.  “Chocolate Completo” adds bread as well to make it a complete ...Read more

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