Antigua Makes my Feet Happy

We had been in Costa Rica for 80 days which meant it was time for our first “visa run”. When you enter Costa Rica as a US citizen they automatically stamp you passport with a 90 day visa. To stay “legal” most long-term tourists cross over into Nicaragua or Panama for the day in order…

Fruitas, Verduras, Yerbas, y una Gallina Pequena

Morning Caminata The gravel crunches under our shoes as we march down a steep dirt road towards Scott’s new job, which is located in the middle of the jungle in the Diamante Valley, Costa Rica. Lush, howler monkey-filled, rainforest surrounds us, and we speak in raised voices in order to be heard over the celebratory…

Baja Sur, Mexico

Our plane landed at SJD early in the day. Scott and I breeze through customs, and head straight for the taxis with our carry on sized backpacks. We are laughing and talking about our next move since we hadn’t made any solid plans for the trip. Things are going smooth, but as we move to…

Cali Road Trip Part 1: Durango to Deep Creek Hot Springs

Though we had just returned from our Central American adventures in February- come August we had wanderlust again. And friends and family to visit. And miles to put on our new cherry red Chrysler leBaron. We left from Durango, Colorado and it was a few hours drive to the four corners. We impulsively pulled over…