The Bonaire Botanical Garden is one of the weirdest things we've ever seen, and we've seen some really weird things around the world.
Michael’s Google photospheres crossed a milestone with his top-viewed image exceeding the one million mark!
Around the World in Review, Leg 15: Patagonia, Chile, Peru, Ecuador, and Colombia
Around the World in Review, Leg 14: Argentina, Uruguay, Tiera del Fuego, and Antarctica
With fantastic street art, walkable historic neighborhoods, a great local beer scene, and fantastic food made by friendly people, Cali, Colombia, has it all.
Although we fell in love with the small towns throughout Patagonia, it had been a while since we visited an actual city that spoke to us. Then we arrived in Cali, Colombia.
In the warm, natural mineral water, the strain of traveling for months on end faded away to a dull memory. Dusty roads. Border crossings. The bus ride all but forgotten. And something about airports...
After 11 months of conversations with strangers about our travels, I've learned that people always want you to go where they've already been.
As usual, Mike picked the perfect hotel for us to explore the city on foot. We stayed at the delightful Hotel Eurobuilding and used that as our home base for a 10-miles-a-day walking tour of Buenos Aires.