There are some sights that are just better the second time around. Usually you don’t realize this the first time you’re visiting, but rather the next. Usually.
Years ago my mom spent a fair amount of time on Utila, an island off the coast of Honduras that’s home to some 2,500 people. I don’t remember too much […]
Like every other good, terrified parent, Andy and I are trying our best to not screw up our kids. If I’ve learned anything from my 16 months of being a […]
Half of our Panama trip was spent on Isla Taboga. The small island, with a population of about 1,500, landed on our itinerary because of its close proximity to the […]
(This is continued from yesterday’s post.) Okay friends, it’s time to shatter yesterday’s illusion of us being the family who always has it together. Gotta keep the blog real, I […]
Travel is like real life, but condensed. The highs are higher and the lows are lower. One minute you’re skipping along, on top of the world and the next, a stranger […]
We all survived our first international trip with the twins. And let me tell you… Survival. Was. A. Feat.
Yep, it’s official. We are headed out into the world on our first trip with the twins. Since we had the girls, Panama has been on my mind as a […]
I remember learning what a Spanish rooster says. I don’t remember what I learned, I just remember learning it in my high school Spanish class. And I think there was […]
In my earlier post I forgot to mention Loba. Loba, which means a female wolf (or she-wolf), is a dog who lives at the Jungle Rive Lodge. Her life was truly the life […]