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Snapshot: Men’s Guide to Ottawa, Canada (with video)

Snapshots are mini city guides for smaller places or cities I have only experienced briefly. Here’s a little snapshot of Ottawa. What’s Ottawa like? Ottawa feels pretty small for a capital city. Despite a population of 1 million the center feels more like a quaint town. For nightlife and chicas it’s not a patch on Montreal or Toronto, but in […]

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Men’s Guide to Quebec City, Canada (Snapshot with Video)

Snapshots are mini city guides for smaller places or cities I have only experienced briefly. Here’s a little snapshot of Quebec City. What’s Quebec City like? Quebec City is the only forfeited city in North America. With it’s stone walls, cobblestones streets, old churches, and ornate buildings, it felt reminiscence of medieval city in Central or Eastern Europe. It is […]

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Snapshot: Men’s Guide to Bogotá, Colombia (With Video)

Snapshots are mini city guides for smaller places or cities I have only experienced briefly. Here’s a little snapshot of Bogotá. What’s Bogotá like? Why 8 million Colombians choose to live in a city with a permanent  temperature of 15°C/58°F is beyond me, but despite begin too big and too cold Bogotá has some of the best nightlife in the […]

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Men’s Guide to Cartagena, Colombia (With Videos)

Cartagena in three words:  Charming, lively, two-faced. Chance of Hooking up: 3.75 / 5 Quality of Girls: 4 / 5 (dat azz) Nightlife: 3.5 / 5 Smoking tolerance: 4 / 5 Livability: 3.5 /5 (#16 on NomadList for South America) City guide ratings explained Costs €$£ Bachelor’s budget: $60 per day. Beer: 3000 Pesos ($1) for a street beer, 8000 pesos ($3) […]

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Snapshot: Men’s Guide to Medellín, Colombia (With 4 Videos)

Snapshots are mini city guides for smaller places or cities I have only experienced briefly. Here’s a little snapshot of Medellín. What’s Medellín like? “The city of eternal spring” is pleasant on first impressions. I found the city surprising modern, and unlike other Bogotá and Cartagena it has good infrastructure, sporting a metro line. With skyscappers nestled between green mountains and […]

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