A few weeks ago I made a trip up to Los Alamos, CA to visit Flatbread- Full of Life, the home of some of the most amazing food Iâ€™ve ever had. I struggled with this post (hence it being weeks overdue) because there simply werenâ€™t words for how impressed I was…
We made our way back to visit Cuco and Pilar at Rancho Pilar where we witnessed a lot of growth in the area. A family of Canadians has begun constructing a huge house at the top of the hill overlooking the beach where Wil and I camp. It’s sad to see the land develop, it was kind of nice having a remote camping spot with friendly neighbors. Wil took some great photos while we were in Mexico, I’m hoping he’ll post the headshot of Pilar.
our 1 hour drive south to Cabo San Lucas, we’ll be making another pit-stop at to pay a visit to our crazy friends, Cuco and Pilar. Cuco, a car-tire sandal maker (called Huaraches), is quite a character and Pilar is quiet but very sweet and insightful.
I don’t watch T.V, so hearing about disasters usually catches me off guard. I recently learned that on May 2nd a category 4 cyclone hit Burma and killed more than I could have imagined. Thousands. It seems like just yesterday I was walking down the streets of Rangoon watching the locals squat in front of Read More
I came back from a Semester At Sea, travelling the world for 103 days in 12 countries and coming back to America was in no way anything like I expected. I came back with new eyes, a new perspective and appreciation for cultures and humanity in general. I found myself so confused by the arrogance Read More
Port #6. Chennai, India. I am sitting here at the Varanasi with a red clay dot (Tula) on my forehead and I honestly don’t know where to begin. India is not what I expected. I arrived in Chennai and it gave me a horrible impression of what I was going to be experiencing for the Read More
Hawaii. We got onto the ship in Ensenada, Mexico and Alie and I went to the closest bar for some serious Margaritas before on-ship time. T minus 1 hour. These Margaritas were huge!
Port Number 5. Myanmar. Myanmar, or Burma as it was called, was absolutely amazing! I arrived at Yangon Port and took a 45 minute bus ride into the city. Rangoon city was unlike any of the previous ports and to my surprise, Hong Kong now had competition for my favorite city on the itinerary. The Read More
I loved Hong Kong!! I could definitely live there. first off, we had a typhoon to avoid so we couldn’t make it safely to Quindao, China! The Typhoon/Cyclone was tossing the ship everywhere. I was so nervous! My friend Kristine and I fell asleep for only an hour and it was in the hallway where Read More
We arrived really early in the morning and I walked/stumbled onto the 7th deck Aft to watch the fireboat squirt water 30 feet into the air. Then, when docked, a live marching band greeted us playing Mission Impossible themes and a lot of other songs. It was so sweet! We learned how to say “OHIO” (phonetically) Read More