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New Years and New Plans

New Years and New Plans

We left our stunning lakeside retreat at Lagos de Colon and headed for San Cristobal for Christmas. New Years called for new plans, but we had fallen in love with this city on the way south, and heading north found her no less magical. That is other than the fireworks...
Media Luna-

Media Luna-

Near the town of Rio Verde in the desert of San Luis Potosi, Mexico there is a strange phenomenon.   As you drive towards it you can feel the desert temperatures climb, and then the humidity begins to rise.  The first sign that you are getting near is a swift flowing...
In the cool mountains of Mexico

In the cool mountains of Mexico

After a great time exploring the abandoned mining area and the wonderful pueblo of Mineral de Pozos we were ready for a change.  We left the high desert and headed up into the mountains.  The Sierra Alvarez area has some great opportunities for boondocking (off grid...
Guanajuato activities and goodbye!

Guanajuato activities and goodbye!

Guanajuato was a great city for us to spend four weeks in.   When we promised ourselves that we would be back, we had no idea that we would enjoy it so much.  In addition to our Spanish language classes at La Adelitas we always found events going on and things to fill...
Jamaica

Jamaica

< ?xml version="1.0"?> Der Karibikstrand an der Seven Mile Beach von Negril und das einmalige Flair der Insel ist für unseren Geschmack genau richtig mal dem MOMO Alltag zu entfliehen. Anlässlich unseres 30. Hochzeitstages wollen wir uns ein paar Tage um...
Visiting a vet in Mexico

Visiting a vet in Mexico

While we were staying in Guanajuato with The Slow Dutchman, everyone began noticing that Seri was more lethargic than normal.  We attributed it to challenges with the city walking schedule- some dogs just don’t want to go walk on crowded streets.  Then she...

Day of the Dead – It is deadly serious stuff

This time round we were lucky to end up celebrating Dia de Los Muertos in Oaxaca, Mexico. It is a completely different vibe than St Miguel de Allende.  “A burgeoning cultural and culinary capital with a beautiful colonial core of lovely, tree-shaded...
Joshua Tree National Park, April 2017.

Joshua Tree National Park, April 2017.

**Hi there! So I’ve been thinking. My new plan is to blog our current locations and sprinkle in the old international traveling we did throughout Mexico and Canada in 2016 since that never got done. So here we go….** We just got back from another stint in...
We stumbled upon a music festival!

We stumbled upon a music festival!

Somewhere outside of Durango, Mexico we crossed another geographic milestone.  This is a first for the new camper rig.   Driving into Zacatecas we knew that we were in for a treat.  Narrow streets, tight curves and low hanging tree branches set the tone for a colonial...
Puerto San Carlos, Baja California Sur, Mexico.

Puerto San Carlos, Baja California Sur, Mexico.

(No, you are NOT seeing things. The blog is back baby! We are over a year behind but that doesn’t matter. Memories are memories. We are catching up on the blog and the YouTube vlog and everything else too. Thanks for still following along!) After the craaaazy...
Food prices, Ecuador

Food prices, Ecuador

Food is one of those things what we all need few times a day. We found that Ecuadorian food is pretty good quality, decent prices and lots of natural products, no sugar added. Finally high quality all natural yogourt, which was sorely missed for a log time. Supermaxi,...