Up on Monserrate

Americas, Colombia

Up on Monserrate

No Comments 18 January 2011

During his 2003 journey to Colombia, the Monkey scaled the heights of one of Bogotá‘s resident mountains—Monserrate—to get a panoramic view of the city. Bring your binoculars!

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Elegant Québec City

Americas, Canada

Elegant Québec City

No Comments 8 January 2011

In these photos from his September 2004 travels, le Singe tours the stately streets of Québec City’s old town, taking in some of the city’s character and learning of modern-day uses for centuries-old ramparts.

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Bogotá‘s Candelaria

Americas, Colombia

Bogotá‘s Candelaria

No Comments 23 November 2010

After his kidnapping ordeal, the Monkey was able to get out and enjoy some of Bogotá‘s charm. In these shots from 2003, he explores La Candelaria, an evocative colonial district at the heart of Colombia’s capital.

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Philadelphia, the City of Brotherly Love

Americas, United States, The Northeast

Philadelphia, the City of Brotherly Love

No Comments 19 November 2010

In this collection of photos from 2005, the Monkey explores one of the most important U.S. cities—former revolutionary breeding ground and one-time capital, Philadelphia.

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Way down yonder in New Orleans

Americas, United States, The South and Southeast

Way down yonder in New Orleans

No Comments 17 November 2010

New Orleans, Louisiana—alternately known as the Big Easy, Nawlins, and the Crescent City—is one of the most fascinating places in the United States. The Monkey was enchanté to spend time there in November 2000.

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