I often ask myself “what on God’s green earth were you thinking?” You left your lucrative job in Abu Dhabi and, ultimately, decided to do WHAT?” Hi, my name is Dianna. Yes, you guessed it. 

I love traveling so I decided to start this website — MochaTravelInStyle.com. Now, please don’t shrug your shoulders just yet. I know that there are a million (and one) other travel blogs and websites out there. I am truly grateful that you have decided to spend a few minutes with me, while I introduce myself. 

My aim is to be a reliable and authentic source of information for you, and for us to have a space where we can, constructively, share our collective experiences. I will tell you about my journeys and I hope that some of my blog posts and stories will resonate with you. My goal is to be a valuable resource for those of you visiting MochaTravelInStyle.com. 

Hopefully, I can provide some insight into places that you may never have dreamed of, or thought of, exploring or that you know very little or nothing about. Initially, one of my goals is to pair with local tour guides in Medellin that will provide you with safe and reliable tour options in Medellin and the surrounding areas. Our goal is to provide you with a few customary tour options but to also introduce you to other tours that are not often marketed or advertised. As part of that endeavor, we are currently exploring ecotourism options for you. 

If all goes as planned, I will also provide you with information onluxury/semi-luxury hotels, restaurants, bars and events within Medellin. I will also share my experiences as I visit local museums, cultural events and dance festivities.

Bogota:

Bogota is the capital of Colombia.  It is a big, bustling city with lots to do and see.  That is, of course, if you can

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Cartagena:

In case you have not figured it out yet, I absolutely love Cartagena. Cartagena is located on one of Colombia’s Caribbean coasts. It is probably

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Medellin:

Since I reside in Medellin, I am going to start with Medellin. After Bogota, it IS Colombia’s second most visited city. Medellin is ideal as

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