Our Latest Work: FARC Rebels in Colombia, Al Capone in Panama, Zorro in Ecuador, and Central American Hotels

We are very proud to have our first travel story published in The Wall Street Journal Magazine. It’s all about the Usaquen neighborhood of Bogotá. We’re also proud to be part of a brand new website called New Worlder. They’re publishing smart stuff about food, travel, politics, and more. The site is the perfect home for our piece about our recent Breakfast with the FARC rebels in Colombia.

WSJ Magazine - Neqigborhood watch Usaquen, Bogota, Colombia

We spent New Year’s Eve on Al Capone’s former rum-running boat in Panama for the Biography Channel’s website. And we continue to contribute to The Wayfarer on the Afar magazine website. Check out our story about an annual horse race in Ecuador that involves chasing Zorro on horseback and our roundup of the right Hacienda hotels for every type of traveler to Ecuador.
Afar Magazine - Zorro EcuadorWe also created a seven part series for Shermans Travel covering our top hotel recommendations (from budget to splurge) in each of the countries in Central America. So far they’ve published our stories about hotels in Costa Rica, Nicaragua, El Salvador, Honduras and Panama. Stay tuned for our hotel recommendations in Belize and Guatemala, coming soon!

 

Visit our Travel Features page and our Hotel & Restaurant Reviews page to see all of our freelance travel stories. 

 

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