We saved Amsterdam for the finale. We could not miss the main reason most people come to the Netherlands. A forty-minute train ride from our homebase and we were there. This train was better than the others, I think. It had seating upstairs and down. “I’m getting an Uber to the hotel this time,” K …
Taking a tour when you travel is a great way to learn a little more about the history of the area you’re visiting, especially if your guide is a local. I think you get more of an inside view into the life and culture that you may not going it alone. This weekend, we hopped a train … Continue reading Netherlands Week 2: A 3-‘fer Tours Week
Last time, I mentioned my lack of inspiration to blog while here in Panama. So part of the reason is I’ve yet to find something uniquely Panamanian. Food, architecture, currency, and fashion all seem to have origins elsewhere, and they haven’t changed since they arrived. Our entire time visiting, two things have been touted as … Continue reading In Search of
We’ve been here about fourteen days, and I’ve decided I love Costa Rica. There is only one reason for my definitive answer, and that is because this is the most authentic country I’ve been to in terms of how it discusses its indigenous people. My introduction to the country began with our visit to the … Continue reading I L❤️VE Costa Rica!
On April 15th, Dwight and I headed out on a four-and-a-half-hour drive from Asserí, San Jose, Costa Rica to Puerto Viejo. Here are the deets: The Drive. So, when I say we drove, I should say, Dwight drove. I wouldn’t drive five hours in this country to save my life. Driving here is like riding … Continue reading Our (Road) Trip to Puerto Viejo