A young Chicagoan's strange erotic journey around the globe
Bogota, the capital of Colombia, sits 8,660 feet above sea level
The historical district of La Candelaria
Christmas time in La Plaza de Bolivar
Jester with an “indigente” sleeping in the doorway next to it
View of La Candelaria. If you look closely, you can see the Christmas tree in Plaza de Bolivar
Street artist on Carrera Septima
Antonio, a painter who makes a living depicting scenes in La Candelaria and selling ’em on the street
Near Plaza de Bolivar
“Me gusta el anal”
This is at an international language school. All the students got money. Who does that?
Colombian pop sensation Maluma
Santuario Nacional de Nuestra Senora del Carmen
This dude’s always on La Septima
Nico smokin’ a doobie with Jesus
This poor bastard probably used to make a nice living taking photos of families and tourists up atop Cerro Monserrate in the days before cell phones. During the 2-3 hours we were up there, however, not one person hired him. No country for old school photographers
Cerro Monserrate stands at about 10,340 feet. That’s a good 1,700 feet above downtown Bogota seen below
There’s a church up atop Cerro Monserrate and also statues that you can take photos of and then draw penises on
Riding the teleferico up to the top of Monserrate while riding some hits of acid to outer space
SUCK IT Bogota!
Beer – the cause and solution to all life’s problems
Another view of La Candelaria
View from Cerro de Guadeloupe
Jose in front of the Virgen de Guadeloupe
Me and a Honduran buddy while working as extras for the second season of Narcos
Kid overlooking his barrio
Creepy travesti spooking out some chicks during a parade on La Septima
Druggie casually passed out on the sidewalk in front of an upscale coffee shop downtown. Notice the two people drinking coffee at a table no more than 15 feet away.
Artist on La Septima
Near Chorro de Quevedo
Comfortably snoozing sidewalk creep near La Macarena
Art on the north side
“SURPRISE MOTHERFUCKER!” – Doakes to Dexter in the everglades?
An “oblea” is a dessert consisting of arequipe or some other type of sweet sandwiched between two thin wafers. The woman who owns this cart changed her marketing campaign shortly after the Rolling Stones had visited Bogota and there was footage of Mick Jagger eating an oblea on the news
La Catedral Primada de Colombia as seen from Luis Angel Arango library in La Candelaria
Street folks on La Septima
Cute old couple
What in the hell does sperm have to do with sporting goods?
Artist’s rendering of downtown Bogota
Coffee & Jesus. This shop was found right in front of…
…this weird super church up around Calle 100 where mass was conducted like a giant rave. Men were shouting, women were crying…it was weird as fuck.
Dude who makes a living by sticking huge nails up his nose on the Transmilenio (public transportation system)
Three black chicks bouncin’ ass for a video shoot near the Las Aguas Transmilenio stop
One of the most popular things to do in downtown Bogota is feed the massive hoards of pigeons in La Plaza de Bolivar
View of Chapinero
The BG Bacata – the tallest skyscraper in Colombia
I don’t remember the name of this village in Santander where my buddy Konrad and I had showed up in October of 2014 with the intention of walking like 20 miles to another village
View above Jordan, the ghost town of Santander
The near empty streets of Jordan
View from the finca of my buddy’s grandparent’s place in Barbosa
“A friend is kinda like a good bra…Difficult to find, gives you the support you need, durable, comforting and is always close to the heart”
“Sickness of the soul is a disease you couldn’t cure with all the money in the world.”
It’s merking season
Easter procession with Jesus leading The Way
Route to Boyaca
La Villa de Leyva
Villa de Leyva
Boyaca traffic jam
Konrad jockin that monster-ass chowder cannon of his
Up da ass
This lady was so nice and friendly when we first approached and invited us to take a photo, but as soon as we’d taken the photo she turned into a massive cunt and started demanding a bunch of money from us. Metaselo por donde le quepa, hijueputa!
Pimpin’ in the park
Inside the salt cathedral of Zipaquira. Someone had told me that rich people throw raves here…don’t know if it’s true or not
Konrad y yo
SUCK IT salt mines!
This was the coolest painting to stare at while on psychedelic drugs. Kept morphing before my eyes