Monthly Archives: June 2013
As I left off in my last blog….we were left with our “guide’s brother” at the entrance of the Medina (old city center) of Tangier, Morocco, and about to begin our walking tour. I was so excited and stimulated by the Medina and couldn’t wait to experience a world I’ve read about and finally was […]
My travel companion and I were planning to purchase a sailboat in the Med, to keep in the Med; this project has kept us busy exploring otherwise not so desirable/bucket list destinations…and therefore, I’m so thankful for the search. There have been many “search committee” trips, and I welcome more- any time that I can […]
The unexpected Costa Rican adventures on the drive from The Four Seasons/Papagayo to the Lake Arenal/Chachagua area.
Firstly, the drive ANYWHERE in Costa Rica can be an adventure, in and of itself. The roads are pretty rustic and can be clogged by: cows, very slow road workers repairing the roads, an accident or a car break down, horses, dogs….you get the picture. However, the country is so pretty, that one doesn’t mind […]
Yesterday when I began my blog, I was not able to upload any photos- which, as we know, speak ” one thousand words”. I thought that I might follow up my first entry with a few photos taken along the way of my latest Costa Rican journey, so as to represent the surprisingly diverse opportunities […]
Friends of mine have forever suggested that I begin a travel blog, as I tend to spend more time aboard an airplane, train or ship on my way to my next adventure. I become a bit agitated if I’m home for two weeks with no imminent departures planned. Which leads me to this day….my first […]