My master plan was to live in Colombia, Brazil, and Argentina for six months each, and then evaluate which was best to live in for extended periods of time. Here are the total lengths of time I stayed in each country during my last trip: Colombia: Six months Brazil: Five and a half months Argentina: […]
I’m editing my next video production, which will be ready on Monday. Here’s two other very short videos you may have not seen. The first is called Ecuador Death Road. Captions throughout help guide you through the complex narrative. Ecuador Death Road from Roosh V on Vimeo. The second video is called We’re Pretty Much […]
I’ve been to 33 cities in every South American country except Colombia, Guyana, French Guinea, and Suriname. Even though I’m confident three of those four countries would never make the list, I may have to make an edit to this post some time in the future. 1. Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. The secret has been […]
When you think of South America, the first thing that comes to you is Machu Picchu (or favelas), but as I get deeper into my trip I’m convinced that Machu Picchu is popular for only one reason: it’s entire essence can be captured in one easily digestible photograph. It’s popular because of marketing. Pompeii is […]
My first night in Buenos Aires I went to a restaurant with two Australians I knew from Cordoba. After our meal a 40’s-something woman with a stack of newspapers came inside the restaurant and walked to our table. Before she had a chance to open her mouth I told her we don’t speak Spanish. She […]
I was sitting in a cafe when I locked eye contact with a girl for two seconds. The first thought to my head was, “Not from Argentina.” I walked by her table of friends and they were speaking Hebrew. Seven girls check into the hostel. Three of them lock eye contact with me. Definitely not […]
Most fun out of the twenty or so cities I’ve visited so far.
For two weeks I’ve been travelling with two moai statues. The first head I’ve named Little Steve. After a day he complained about being lonely so I returned to the market and bought him a friend. Meet Big Steve. He is made of stone and is a bit inconvenient to travel with. Last week I […]