Have you ever seen a person who has lived a stable life, who smells good, has no criminal instinct, no criminal record, who has no mental health issues, and has never suffered deep rejection (that they earned), truuuuuuly, and I mean Truuuuuuly ROCK? Not talking about hitting the notes, getting all the dance steps right. [...]
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There are so many amazing and bizarre tropical fruits in Latin America. And almost as many weird and wonderful Latin American Bloggers. Anyone who knows me knows that I basically live for fruit. I am not sure if it was my childhood in the fruit bounty that is Washington state, my teenage years in the [...]
We asked Jennifer Reyes who lives in Morazan in eastern El Salvador to write a guest post, after reading her amazing blog about life in her corner of El Salvador. After reading this, take a look at her stories for a great view of life in eastern El Salvador. Her stories are often one of [...]
The Lago de Coatepeque is a nearly circular lake formed in the crater of a volcano. As a volcanic crater lake, it is at an elevation of 749 meters, and is surrounded by the rim of the volcano, which is now a complete perimeter of lush green mountainside. Mountainsides in this region are covered by coffee, corn, or lush dense natural forest. Along the ridge coming down toward the lake there are small restaurants and bars where you can take in the view and a nice meal. Talk about a good date!
This 4th of July, the family decided to visit Guatemala City. We wanted to see a few friends there, and to get out and stretch our expat adventure wings. Living in El Salvador means we are close to so many cool countries. This is a synopsis of the trip, and it may help you out [...]
This weekend I had the opportunity to visit Tacuba, a pretty town in the Department of Ahuachapan. The weather was rainy, and for me that was fine. I find rain relaxing. In El Salvador, rain breaks up the humid warmth pleasantly. Tacuba is in the mountains and it is not very hot, but I´m convinced [...]
Yesterday the ground was alive, grass glowed, the fish gave me a pedicure and the tides paced the day. My husband´s 42nd birthday was a good excuse to take a short trip. So we packed up an overnight bag and headed out with our 5-year-old daughter and her little dog Freddy to the Bahia de [...]