Although 2017 was a difficult year, it has lead me to where I am today. I have chosen to follow my Dharma and become the healer and teacher that is my true being. Beginning with self study, I will recreate myself to a better version of the person that I had been and allow my... Continue Reading →

A new beginning

If you have been following this blog, you would have noticed that after our traveling years there has not been much activity. In 2014 we set off on an adventure which saw us travel from Victoria, BC to Costa Rica.   After traveling for 3 months through Central America and Mexico, we landed back in... Continue Reading →


For anyone who has been following us in our travels, we have clearly made some changes to our original plan. When we left Victoria, BC on December 13, 2014 we set off on an adventure that would see us reach the Panama border (twice on either side of Costa Rica) and end up back in... Continue Reading →

Almost a Year Later

Upon happening on a couple about to set out on a journey similar to the one that we completed, my lovely husband wrote this: "I am posting this today, as it is a great recap on driving thru the Americas. Central, that is. About a year ago, Sue and I, sold all our belonging, packed... Continue Reading →

Touring Costa Rica

Well, we've now been in Costa Rica for 2 weeks!  In this time, we have travelled almost the entire Pacific Coast, visiting the beaches and towns from Tamarindo, up to Playa del Coco and all the way down to Dominical and Uvita.  We also traveled to the southern town of Golfito and now into the... Continue Reading →

Christmas 2014

Christmas 2014  We arrived at Restaurant and Bar Viry on Christmas Eve. The place was bustling and there were several tents set up under palm leaf cabanas. Unsure whether they had space for us, we ventured in to find out. After finding a translator for us, Edgar explained that “usually, we do not charge for... Continue Reading →

December 23, 2014

Oaxaca, Tule and Cuent Highways As we pulled into the region of Oaxaca we were in dire need of an ATM or bank – and left the navigation once again to our trusty GPS. Our trusty GPS however, steered us into a small village north of the city of Oaxaca where we toured the streets... Continue Reading →

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