This isn’t really new anymore but I’m posting it because for some reason I hadn’t seen this video before. And maybe you haven’t either, so enjoy.
1 – Illicit car photography is my jam.
2 – Sun slicing through the buildings in Olympic Village
3 – Hey there big bird.
4 – Delving into my past fashion choices.
5 – Dude. Nice to see the city has a sense of humour once in a while. This actually happened a while ago but it was the first photo I got of it.
6 – Hello!
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Funny if you understand Beyonce. Which I do.
Hi guys! I’m switching things up around here again. I’ve killed the entertaining links on my Friday column. I have been thinking about it for a while but that is the one category that didn’t seem to relate to much else on my blog. As always, this blog is a work in progress and I can’t hold onto some things while expanding into the new. And so on to the next – whatever that might be! Hope you all have a super amazing weekend. xx
I know they say you can’t make friends with salad but I obviously completely disagree. Usually I find myself settling into a winter of cooked food but this year I was pretty good and ate plenty of raw kale. I am a salad addict it’s true so I know also very important to switch things up once in a while. Here’s some salad inspiration I’ve come across this week.
Many hotels in Bogota are still stuck to a corporate mold but the BOG Hotel is changing things up. Located in the posh Zona Rosa district, the hotel takes its design cues from the city’s famed Museo del Oro.
Plenty of gold, emerald and glitz are tempered out by neutral grays and browns, thanks to the fastidious eye of Portuguese designer Nini Andrade Silva. The hotels 55 suites are similarly decorated and include 500-thread-count sheets and oversized showers complete with gold tiles and three shower heads.
The hotel has become a somewhat of a social beacon of the area and no where is more popular than the roof top deck and pool, with its stunning wrap around views. A more sedate choice is the ground floor restaurant, La Leo, serves contemporary Columbian fusion.
CR 11 no 86 74, Bogota,
Cundinamarca 110221, Colombia
T. +57 1 639 99 99
Rooms from $220.