Recife, Pernambuco, Brazil


February 13th, 2014 | Posted by Brianna in Argentina | Celebrations | Penguins | The Places We've Been | Video - (5 Comments)
Penguins on Isla Martillo

So, penguins. Guys… penguins. We rode on a bus and then we got off of that bus and got onto a boat and then we got off of that boat and found ourselves standing on a beach with hundreds and hundreds of penguins. Penguins!! Feel free to skip ahead to the pictures and video if … Read more

Amador Causeway

August 26th, 2013 | Posted by Ian in Panama | Sports | The Places We've Been | Video - (1 Comments)
Amador Causeway with Panama City in the background

Jutting six kilometers into the Pacific Ocean, the Amador Causeway is situated at the southwest tip of Panama City. Built from rocks excavated during the creation of the Panama Canal, the structure connects the mainland with four small islands via a two-lane road. Its original purpose was as a breakwater to protect the entrance to … Read more

Monkeys of Zancudo

July 21st, 2013 | Posted by Ian in Costa Rica | The Places We've Been | Video - (3 Comments)
Central American Squirrel Monkey in Zancudo Costa Rica

One of the great joys of our time thus far in Zancudo, Costa Rica has been our almost daily monkey sightings. Costa Rica is home to four species of monkey (in ascending order by size: Central American Squirrel Monkey, White-headed Capuchin Monkey, Mantled Howler Monkey, and Geoffroy’s Spider Monkey). The southern Pacific coast is the … Read more

San Juanico House

January 27th, 2013 | Posted by Ian in Lodging | Mexico | The Places We've Been | Video - (4 Comments)

The house we have lived in this month in San Juanico is a real gem. At right around 800 square feet, some highlights of this two bedroom casa designed by a local artist include a full kitchen, a vaulted palm-thatch ceiling in the living room, tiled floors, a fully-fenced lot, a fire pit, palm and … Read more

Great blue heron in Baja California Sur

This is just a short two minute video of a fun little drive we have done most days here in San Juanico, whether it’s to explore the beach, let the dogs run, or search for firewood that has been so kindly brought in by the tides. After passing the small fishing fleet that sets up … Read more

Badlands National Park View