Colombian Trip Preparation: Salsa, Boxing, Surfing, Spanish

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Salsa, Boxing, Surfing, Spanish

Bogotá, Colombia –

A lot of people that are planning a trip to Colombia ask me, “How do you prepare for a trip to Colombia?”

Great question.

Here is my four point plan:


If you want to really handicap yourself from swooping fly Colombianas: don’t learn how to dance. You might as well not speak other languages, don’t smoke cigarettes, stop smiling, stop telling jokes and don’t wear Custom Suits as far as I am concerned. I honestly can’t think of any Colombiana (or any girl for that matter) that I have swooped where dancing didn’t play a big role. Re-read this: The Salsa Swoop Move to brush up.


It’s no secret that I am a huge advocate of the sweet science. Although Colombia doesn’t have the aggressive locals of say, Latvia; it is always good to be able to throw a punch when the situation calls for it (always as a last resort). Get your rounds in.

As a side benefit, once you get to Colombia, you can look up the best gym, get some sparring in and get to know some of the local G’s.


I always like to get some sessions in when I am in California and Baja Norte. Almost all my best friends surf, so it is a good way to keep in touch with what is going down. Good exercise as well. And sometimes you just need to bust some tail slides and air it out.


Maybe the most important thing you can do in Colombian trip preparation is get your language Game tight. Read here for Language Lessons. And make sure you read books and watch some dope movies as well in Spanish. Many a “phony player” has imploded in Colombia without the proper Language Game. Don’t be one of them.

Buena Suerte.

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2 Comments on "Colombian Trip Preparation: Salsa, Boxing, Surfing, Spanish"

  1. The G Manifesto
    02/03/2011 at 8:56 pm Permalink

    Who is the chica at the top of the post? She is amazing.

  2. The G Manifesto
    04/03/2011 at 6:33 pm Permalink

    A real man should know how to dance with women (i.e. salsa) and how to dance with men (i.e. boxing, martial arts, sparring).

    Life is about being able to take blows and give punches.

    G, thanks for your great blog. I love it. Very inspirational. Thanks man!

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