Medellin Living chronicles an American's attempt to find work as an English teacher and further develop his online income and travel writing experience while discovering Colombia, learning Spanish, salsa dancing, and whatever else may arise.
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Café Velvet: Coffee and Belgian-Style Chocolate on Vía Primavera Posted on 10/23/2014
Café Velvet Opened this past June, Belgian-owned Café Velvet is the newest café to arrive on Poblado’s Vía Primavera. Curious to check out the café confident enough to open across the...
La Bistronomía: Gourmet Dishes at Affordable Prices Posted on 10/17/2014
The sauteed pork with mashed potatoes and spinach, topped with a sweet relish, was worth the 15,900 pesos For whatever reason, places exist that get your attention but not enough for you to take a closer look. La Bistronomía is one...
Ocio Restaurant: Celebrating My 38th Birthday in Style Posted on 10/14/2014
The red neon sign outside Ocio I timed my return to Medellín last month to coincide with my 38th birthday and the departure of my friend Mark and his girlfriend, Fernanda. We initially planned on dinner with a few friends at a...
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