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 →
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 →
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 →
I'm a writer, deep thinker and on a quest to BE PRESENT and BE LOVE. I'm an ex-churchgoer. I've lived in 27 different places in my life. I was once an island dweller and I've been a pioneer in a handful of start-up organizations in the USA, Switzerland, and Honduras. Oh and I should add that I am a recovering people-pleaser. I hope to bring humor and thought-provoking ideas to my readers.