Author Archives: Tammyonthemove

Tammy & Chris are a couple hailing from Germany and England, meaning between them they are efficient and polite, but unable to talk about football. Find out why they stopped pushing pens around the British civil service to travel the world on their blog.

As you may have seen in our previous post, ever since Chris and I lived in Colombia we have become big fans of dancing. The good news is, this has given us a further reason to travel and it’s also the perfect way to get to know people when we do. I am currently performing Read More →

Next week, Chris and I celebrate our 13th wedding anniversary. In total, it will have been exactly 17 happy years together as we married on the same day we met -plus four years, obviously. 🙂 During that time, we’ve been lucky enough to travel to more or less the four corners of the world. This Read More →

It’s been a while…With the exception of a few Facebook posts, we’ve been a little quiet on the blogging front over the past year or so. Reason being, ever since we left Colombia in May last year, our lives have been a little more complicated than expected. The Englishman moved to Germany and so being Read More →

When I travel, I like to do so in comfortable clothes, especially in hot countries. Most women will probably be with me on this but for me, there is nothing worse than wearing an uncomfortable bra while you are hot. So when the good people from The Travel Bra company approached me to test out Read More →

After our adventure in the claustrophic bat cave, we went on to our second activity in San Gil: white-water rafting. Although Chris and I have been white water rafting in Arequipa a few years ago, we were all too happy to go through a safety drill which included a practice fall into the water. Something that Read More →

We always think it’s important to start a year as you mean to go on and so in that vein, last weekend Chris and I jumped into a car with our super friends Vivi and Yiyo and set off for San Gil – the adventure sports capital of Colombia. San Gil is a 4-6 hour Read More →

Wherever Chris and I temporarily lay our hats, we always do our best to try and immerse ourselves into the local cultures of the countries which are kind enough to host us. For example when we lived in Cambodia, we made sure that whenever we went out, we dressed like the locals, even if we Read More →

As in many other South American countries, Halloween is a big deal in Colombia. Parties took place across the country, and even offices weren´t exempt with colleagues coming into work fully made up in fancy dress. In Bogota, there is one place where Halloween gets taken to a different level though – Andres Carne de Res Read More →