I have been living in Medellin for 4 years now. In this 2015 blog post I will describe my nightlife in Medellin. My nightlife in Medellin spans across 7 neighborhoods, click to read about it in this post.
I have been teaching English in Medellin for 4 years now. I have not grown tired of teaching, it is a passion of mine. Although I have a business to run I continue to teach and enjoy it. This is my take and advice on landing a teaching job in Medellin, Colombia.
El Dia de la Raza is more important than most Colombians know. This day commemorates the ruthlessness and violent way in which our current race came about. Even though Christopher Columbus and the Spanish Crown/Catholics were the epitome of evil I have to appreciate the boldness with which they conquered and bled out a once thriving society.
I have lived in Medellin for 4 years now. My experience dating Medellin woman is unique and diverse. I am a Colombian born 34 year old guy, but I was raised in California. Read about what has happened with girls in Medellin.
Where the fuck are students hearing this word? The word "nigga" has been around for a long time and it has been used, by black people, for many years in the United States. In my opinion...
Whether I go to a small town to party on the weekend or I stay in the city to just relax and enjoy the empty streets I always enjoy Semana Santa in Medellin. In this post I go over what Semana Santa is in Medellin.
Owning a business in Medellin has helped me grow into the world in the most unexpected of ways, it’s tested my mettle and put a spit shine on my resolve and at this still not so late date in my life, the wonder of it all is showing no sign of letting up.
The current Colombian female stereotype is one of beauty. It's not a bad stereotype to have, and most Colombian women live up to it, but if we dissect history books and look at what women have done for the advancement of the country and their gender, their beauty is not key.
El Carnaval de Barranquilla is the best party I've been to in Colombia. Going to Carnaval in February has become a tradition for me and my friends. This is my experience at the Carnval de Barranquilla 2015.
We had over 70 people attend our Conversation Club. Thank you for coming! The Medellin Buzz Conversation Club Language Exchange is a good way to practice English and Spanish with native speakers. I hope to see you at the next one.