Dating in Colombia VS Dating in China

Dating is hard. Duh. As an American, it’s interesting how other countries date because it’s vastly different than where I’m from. This post explains what it’s like to date women from two cultures on opposite sides of the world: China and Colombia. I’ve broken the explanation process down into five simple categories (in relative order):... Continue Reading →

Goodbye Saint James

Planes fly overhead as I write this, their engines puncturing the calmness of my apartment. Living next to the airport has its drawbacks. Last night’s booze still courses through my blood. My head is pounding while trying to recover from the five cocktails and half a bottle of Smirnoff that went down my throat. I... Continue Reading →

Asking Alejandra (Full Article)

It’s a breezy day as I walk through the financial district of Bogota. I’ve never been to this part of the city before, but it’s like a mini-Manhattan. A few turns of the shoulder and I’m in an upscale neighborhood. Money is intimidating. It’s one of those things you either have or don’t have. Guess... Continue Reading →

Asking Alejandra

It’s a breezy day as I walk through the financial district of Bogota. I’ve never been to this part of the city before, but it’s like a mini-Manhattan. A few turns of the shoulder and I’m in an upscale neighborhood. Money is intimidating. It’s one of those things you either have or don’t have. Guess... Continue Reading →

Traveling for the Sake of Traveling

I was sitting in a liquor store a few years back, probably eating a Subway sandwich. It was either that or one of those $6 rotisserie chickens from the grocery store. Having just read Thoreau’s Walden Pond, thoughts of travel were spurred. So I asked myself: does traveling make someone a better person, or is... Continue Reading →

2 Losers in Colombia

“Bro. Come down to Florida,” I told the Saint. “I got a way for you to make some money.” Weeks later Saint James arrived in the Sunshine State. It wasn’t hard to pick up where we left off. Save for a brief reunion in Texas, he and I had not seen each other since leaving... Continue Reading →

Colombian Nights by Casey Nordbak

Interested in buying or selling a home? RE/MAX agent James Eason can help with all your real estate needs. Get in touch with him today by clicking on this link! *** Buy Quentin Super's first novel, The Long Road North, here Quentin Super is a ghostwriter. Curious about what exactly a ghostwriter does? Click here to find out more information, then watch this video for... Continue Reading →

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