I love doing a cartoon a day when I travel. Usually Casey and I will find a quiet cafe or a bar. She’ll write away in her journal and then look up to see a view like this:
I did sets while in Southeast Asia and Mali during the time that would become To Timbuktu. (You can see bits of those here.) And another set in Morocco in in 2009. These past 5 weeks in Colombia was no different. I did about 47 in all. (OK, some days I did more than one.) Here are my favorite eleven.
They’re all pretty self-explanatory with the exception of this first one. On our first day in Bogotá we OD-ed on museums going to the Museo Botero (Colombian artist who paints fat people), Museo del Oro (of gold), Museo de la Policía Nacional (come on, you know this one), and then a textile museum housed in the old house of Simón Bolívar’s mistress. Didn’t catch the name of that one.