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Category Archives: Central America
3:30 am and laying in bed with throbbing, pulsing legs. One of the reasons people visit Salento, Colombia is for a hike through Cocora Valley. I woke up yesterday and decided that as long as I was close, I would … Continue reading
When I first arrived at La Serrana, I wondered if I was staying at a hippie commune! If you know me, you know I have lived a pretty innocent life. I am not much of a drinker, not because I … Continue reading
I arrived in Cartagena, Colombia after a short flight from Panama City. The “Darien Gap” which divides Panama and Colombia is filled with terrain and other reported dangers that make it difficult to cross, so after a bit of research … Continue reading
When people talk about Panama City, you will hear the words “international” or “cosmopolitan” and references to the modern high rise architecture. I was prepared for the city view, but when I arrived, after seven weeks exploring Central America, I … Continue reading
Today felt like a day of comfort in Costa Rica. At home, I am often busy with social events and meeting with friends and today was a bit of the same. I left Jaco beach on a morning bus to … Continue reading
Good friends are always there…even when they are hundreds of miles away…to give you a dose of perspective. This morning, while texting with my friend Holly, I mentioned how it was 10:30 am and while I was planning to go … Continue reading