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Pool Town

Join me in Santa Fe De Antioquia, a charming pueblo located just a couple hours outside of Medellín Colombia where tourists go to RELAX and SWIM in one of the town's 100+ pools!

El Puente de Occidente

Welcome to Santa Fe de Antioquia's most famous bridge El Puente de Occidente – which at one time was the LONGEST bridge in South America and the 7th longest bridge in the world!

Two Beaches Are Better Than One

Welcome to Cabo San Juan del Guia, a magical beach with a dual coastline in the heart of Tayrona Park Colombia that's only accessible via a 2 hour hike from the park's entrance.

Digital Currency for Travelers

I travel the world paying for everything with a DIGITAL CURRENCY that I can convert into local currency and withdraw from any ATM. Best of all, it's accepted everywhere!

What's happening in Nicaragua?

Many of you know that Nicaragua holds a special place in my heart, so I created this video to educate people about the current political happenings in Nicaragua and the history that led up to these events.

Peru Did It First!!!

Peru has had a lot of important firsts in history… and at times has been more progressive and ahead of the times than the USA. Here a few examples of when Peru has beat USA and the rest of the world.

Cusco to Lima in 60 Seconds

Have you ever wondered what the flight is like from Cusco to Lima Peru? Learn a thing or two about the two most well-known cities in Peru.

They Know Everything!!!

Hi, I'm Paul Drecksler and this is what Google and Facebook know about me. What do they know about YOU?

Machu Picchu: Is it worth it?

People come from all over the world, spend thousands of dollars, travel for days, and wait in line, just to see this amazing wonder of the world. But is it worth it?

Alpacas Love Selfies

ALPACAS!!! Join me and Kris in Cusco Peru where we held alpacas, wore alpaca sweaters, and ate alpaca burgers.