la antigua, guatemala, a beautiful adventure

Thursday, September 9th, 2010

guest post by my beautiful adventures

where in the world wednesday, antigua

Wednesday, June 2nd, 2010

wax shop in antigua, guatemala

las flores de costa rica

Monday, February 8th, 2010

For the past couple of weeks I have been without my external hard drive because the cord broke and as a result, I have been without my photos – that’s where I keep them. I have had to get creative with my posts lately – stealing from my own Flickr and Facebook accounts on occasion […]

where in the world wednesday, guatemala

Wednesday, January 27th, 2010

I’m participating in Classy in Philadelphia’s Where In The World Wednesday! The idea of WITWW is to post a picture of you someplace in the world…it doesn’t have to be somewhere foreign or tropical. Just a picture of you somewhere you consider traveling. In December 2008 I visited my friend Sue in El Salvador. In […]

comida tipica

Wednesday, December 16th, 2009

While I knew that tourism thrived in Costa Rica, I never realized how big a role it would play in our trip. When it came to the food, oftentimes we found ourselves enticed with hamburgers and lasagna by a menu that had only a tiny little section for comida tipica – which is what you’d […]

back down to earth

Monday, December 14th, 2009

Late last night Mike and I returned from our week long trip to Costa Rica. In one day we went from sweating in 90 degree heat to watching our breath tumble out of our mouths as if we were blowing smoke into the cold Boston air. Our trip was amazing. Thanks to Marina Villatoro, the […]

packing for costa rica

Wednesday, December 2nd, 2009

I haven’t started to pack for Costa Rica yet. We leave on Saturday. I have the Boston Blogger Happy Hour tomorrow night (thanks to a lovely organizer) and I’m meeting friends for dinner on Thursday night. I’m also trying to finagle some plans for Friday night because I’m one of those people that likes to […]

imagine: a vagabond story

Sunday, September 27th, 2009

There are people that graduate from college and have their next step calculated. Not soon after throwing that cap in the air, they are onto their first job and they never look back. There are others that are not so sure. With a mere seven credits between him and his college diploma, Grant Lingel decided […]