An overly optimistic street pole frames an intersection in Central Bogotá.
Bogotá's Plaza de Bolívar: home to majestic cathedrals, pigeons, and little girls dressed in Disney princess outfits begging to feed said pigeons.
There's no such thing as a poor caloric intake choice. There's no such thing as a poor caloric intake choice. There's no such thing as a poor caloric intake choice.
Students play board games at a local café before learning about the Zenú, a pre-Colombian tribe with little recorded history but a sizable amount of goldwork.
La Juanita Finca Verde is nestled in the outskirts of Guatavita, a rural town just two hours from Bogotá.
The main house also doubles as lodging for both volunteers and guests seeking bucolic refuge.
La Juanita, a prime example of a permaculture farm, heralds a small but growing change in the area's cultivation techniques.
A quote from Gabriel García Márquez's One Hundred Years of Solitude serves as the greenhouse's subtle mantra.
Although Sioux in origin, this tipi, built by La Juanita's owner, will house gatherings related to native religious ceremonies.