RIDING WITH CHICKENS ON A TAILGATE TO A HIDDEN GEM OF COLOMBIA

I sat squeezed into a truck bed equipped with tiny benches.  The vinyl roof was stretched over the roll bars, with the sides rolled up for airflow.  Our packs were strapped on top of the truck, something we generally don't do. This time we felt comfortable with it since Trin would be standing on the open... Continue Reading →

CAN A RECLUSE LIVE A LIFE OF TRAVEL?

As a child I dreamed of building my own dwelling in the woods and living alone, self-sufficient off the land.  I like people, I really do. I love a good party and I revel in great conversations, but a part of me longs to be secluded. Time alone is important. Does that make me a recluse... Continue Reading →

CARTAGENA, COLOMBIA TO TAYRONA NATIONAL PARK

Cartagena is hot, I mean really hot, but it is still worth a visit.  I need to remind Jen, my BFF from where we used to work, to take an umbrella on her cruise to Cartagena. It will help shield some of the heat from the sun. This town was our first stop in Colombia.  It's... Continue Reading →

HOUSE SITTING, A NOMAD’S VACATION

Something about getting on a bus headed to a place I have never been with all our belongings on our laps or in the bin overhead simply excites me. I get a giddy feeling and a goofy grin on my face.  However it can also be exhausting moving constantly from place to place.  Sometimes it... Continue Reading →

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