Favorite view of the city: From the solar clock at the Planetarium, Favorite local food: I can´t imagine my life without empanadas, Favorite local word: “Mijito”, Favorite smell of the city: Street Herbal tea pots
“With my hands I capture the city, with my feet I dance the rhythm of the streets”, Favorite view of the city: Downtown, the buildings are emblematic, Favorite local food: I´m a Changua lover!, Favorite local word: “Sumercé”, Favorite smell of the city: Freshly-baked bread
Favorite View of the city: Carrera séptima con avenida Jímenez, Favorite Local Food: Ajiaco Santafereño, Favorite Local Word: Chevere, Favorite Smell of the City: smell of the rain.
Passionate about traveling and gaining the most out of every experience. Tasting strange food and connecting with locals it´s a must in my travel itinerary. When I am the local I love to bring people to my favorite places, show them real vibe of my native Bogotá. Finally if you are interested in Salsa, I´m the one to teach you what you need to know about Colombian party.
My mission in life is always about to share my learning, I want to spread and rescue the Colombian culture through the creation of drinks that are based on our heritage and unique local flavors. I want to become my city, Bogotá in one of the most touristic places, I´m sure we have all the power to do it! So follow me if want to explore the most exotic flavors mixed with the classic drinks.
Passionate ecologist, Favorite view of the city: Any spot at the ``Cerros Orientales``, Favorite local food: Plantain, plantain and more plantain!!!, Favorite local word: ``Sumercé``, Favorite smell of the city: Little roses at the gardens
I love taking people around my hometown and teaching them about what I love. For me: ``My home is your home``, so let's spend a fun day at a Quindio coffee farm while you become a photography expert and why not a coffee passionate as well.<br />
I search for small, interesting aspects of city life: the unusual vista, the hidden bar, the forgotten neighbourhood. I left my small town in eastern Canada as soon as possibly I could to move to, and study cities. I've been in Bogotá for over two years and doubt I'll ever stop finding something new and interesting in this great city!