7 things I’ve learnt in my first 48 hours in Bogotà

On Wednesday, March 24th I woke up in Bogotà, Colombia. I immediately felt tired, thirsty, hungry and incredibly excited. Ahead of me were what I knew were going to be the first, and most intense hours of my entire experience. The first 48h are always insane: you don’t know the place and you need to…

Q&A about Bogotà!

Answering 10 of the most common questions I’ve got in my first month in Bogotà in the middle of a pandemic!

Bogotà was meant to be

One month ago, I was in the countryside of Charleroi, a small city close to Brussels, Belgium. I was quarantined in the middle of nowhere, it was constantly raining and I spent most of my day baking bread and playing with a very cute dog, Mazzu. Today, one month later, here I am in Bogotà,…

I ended up in Colombia in the middle of the pandemic

Are you stuck at home, reminiscing your pre-pandemic life, made of traveling and working abroad? Are you worried about your future especially work-wise? That was me about 2 months ago. In this video I’m tell you how I have managed to overcome that and how I ended up working in Bogotà in the middle of…

The ultimate guide to Colombian fruit

Tasting the local fruit was one of the things I was absolutely most looking forward to in Colombia. I have always loved fruit, yet here my fruit passion has almost reached insanity levels. The first time I went to the market I bumped into so much sparkling color fruit I had never seen before. Maracuyá,…

Walking home

Today only in Bogotà, 3825 new covid cases were confirmed. Ambulance coming and going across the city. At 17:30 I leave the office, under a light rain. I walk through the overcrowded carrera 7, with people queuing at the bus stops, and the bored policemen standing with their very cute, slightly bored drug-sniffing dogs. I…