Since we first began our decent into Cartagena, I have wondered about the building on top of the only hill in Cartagena. Turns out, it is the Convento de la Popa, a monastery no longer in use. So we took an afternoon and checked it out. For a small fee, we cruised around the grounds, … More Convento de la Popa
4 months in feels good. It feels comfortable and still fresh. We still have plenty to learn and plenty on our bucket list but we are enjoying just exploring life slowly. We are making plans with visitors, working on new friendships and getting into the Colombian groove of life. Feeling settled is a wonderful … More 4 Months In…
I knew that moving my children to a new country would come with its own adjustments and hurdles, but what I underestimated was just how long it would take my toddler to adjust to a new culture. I feel like I can talk about it now because I have a little time under my belt … More Growing Up Expat: How I Know She’s Going to Be Okay.
We took our first road trip a couple of hours north-east and hit Barranquilla for the weekend! Driving up the coast was not what I expected, at times, it almost felt like California. Not as lush and tropical as I anticipated, but beautiful none the less. The road was well maintained, we passed through … More Barranquilla for the Weekend
We just arrived back in Cartagena after a whirlwind tour of the West Coast, but it was everything we hoped for! Friends, Family, Food and Fun! We weren’t sure how the kids would respond to going home after only a few short months and then having to leave again, but it turns out that kids … More Our Time Away