This was a good year to be born!
Some backyards look like this…on the island of Utila, Honduras.
One of the many island restaurants in Utila, Honduras.
Tuk-tuk’s are one of the major forms of transportation within Antigua, Guatemala and many other parts of Central America. In my time in Antigua, I wanted to walk everywhere because the town is… Continue reading
Most people know what it is like to work hard at something. Whether it’s work, a hobby, relationships, personal development, financial goals, physical health, etc. Of those that work hard at something, they… Continue reading
We went to the ranch to check on Lamkins and he is doing great. As I stood watching him in the pen with his mama and brother, I heard bleatings from another pen.… Continue reading
We have officially named the lamb, Lamkins. It was brought back to its mother a few nights ago and the mother wouldn’t let it feed from her. She ignored it. So, Lamkins is… Continue reading
Yesterday a friend of mine knocked on my door and in her arms was this newborn lamb. This little guy was so new that its umbilical chord was still attached. My friend said… Continue reading
If you spend any amount of time in Antigua, you will certainly walk down 5a Avenida where you see the Arco de Santa Catalina. It was originally built to be a walkway for… Continue reading
Traveling on the back roads of Central America, particularly in Honduras and Guatemala, you often see horses tied to a fence post on the highway side of the fence. It seems unusual to… Continue reading
As I have traveled in Central America, I observed a few scenes where certain stereotypes I’ve had were shattered, such as poverty and technology (cell phones). Honduras and Guatemala have extreme poverty, but… Continue reading
During my Semana Santa experience in Antigua, Guatemala, I had the opportunity to stay at Casasito Volunteer House. The people who work and volunteer at Casasito are focused on supporting educational centers close… Continue reading
Meet my new friends, Yair & Marcela, whom I met while in Antigua, Guatemala. He is from Israel and she is from Spain. They recently got engaged and moved to Antigua for work.… Continue reading
There is a beautiful lookout point in Antigua, Guatemala named Cerro de la Cruz and you can see the entire grid of the city with its outer neighborhoods. It’s a short hike to… Continue reading
On our way traveling to Copán Ruinas, Honduras on Hedman Alas, we met Julie and her two boys, Dillon and Luca. They are from Michigan and had been traveling for a month throughout… Continue reading
Finally today, after being here for 9 months, I stopped little Lolita and asked to take a picture of her. She laughed and kept saying in her broken English, “I ugly”. I quickly interrupted her… Continue reading
So, I have been working on so many things lately and my blog has taken a back seat. It’s not that it has escaped my mind, but I am learning wordpress and it… Continue reading