What is Don’t Stop Living?Welcome to Don't Stop Living - a lifestyle of travel. Don't Stop Living was once the most passionate and real life one man travel blog in the world. But it's over now, I was lied to, humiliated and so the blog had to stop. Enjoy my back catalogue. Safe travels! Jonny Blair (Bangor, NORTHERN IRELAND)- Where Has Jonny Been?
Jonny was recently in Starogard Gdański, POLAND
He last backpacked in Kaliningrad City, KALININGRAD
Now Jonny Blair lives in Gdańsk, POLAND next
Number of continents visited: 7
Number of countries visited: 117 (136 including disputed countries)
Number of cities/towns visited: 845 NOT OUT!
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South America >> Colombia >>
Sopo in Colombia (north east of Bogota) will hardly be remembered as a famous historic site or place of interest in backpackers guides to the world. However I will remember it. Bland, poky and basic, it was from this town …
In my time in Colombia I basically did a mini tour of a lot of towns and villages north east of Bogota, the country’s capital. This was a very different travel experience that most would get in Colombia, as none …
My welcome to Colombia is something that I should remember forever. Friends are more important than anything else sometimes. And whether they are close friends or friends you see often, shouldn’t matter. Friends will always be there for you. One …
Bogota, Colombia’s capital, is a well known city which is often sadly associated with high crime rates. Dangers exist and the city can be daunting. But although I found it bland and lacking real atmosphere (not a bad thing I …
Nope, it’s not a spelling mistake. It shouldn’t be China, it shouldn’t be Chiayi. This is the typical non-touristy Colombian town of Chia. Backpacking in Colombia threw up a few random gems, of which this was more of a “cool …
The sombre, peaceful, tranquil loneliness of Vereda Santa Ana Alta, Colombia. Travellers simply don’t go here on their own. There’s nowhere to stay. There’s no buses or transport. But thanks to my Colombian friend Julio Felipe I got to stay …