I was immediately drawn to a baby girl wearing red. She was in her crib, and she gave me a big smile when I picked her up. Her name was “miracles” in Spanish. She looked me directly in the eyes, … Continue reading I may want to adopt a child some day.
Lobster and clam filled up our bellies that afternoon at La Casa del Pescador in Puerto Nuevo, Baja California. We drove to a little private beach where the grey clouds covered the sky. It was easy to feel cozy by … Continue reading The ocean’s in my mouth (Baja edition).
The plane did not fall, and this time I was not surprised. For years, I had struggled with a growing fear of flying, which was obviously ironic because traveling feels like part of my life’s purpose. But I was not … Continue reading Hello there, Tijuana! You taste good.
Ah, the joys of adulting. Today that includes signing an apartment lease, paying my therapy bill, and drinking red wine before 5 p.m. in order to write faster. It’s days like today that make me feel in control, and completely … Continue reading A brief stop in Oaxaca City and other whirlwinds.
Pain can sneak up on you in the most unexpected times of your life. For me, it was in a tropical paradise, surrounded by palm trees and fresh coconuts. I was in the worst post-break-up stage when I walked into … Continue reading My Favorite Strangers
I was a little hesitant at first, but I had a feeling I was going to LOVE this experience! I took my bathing suit top off, and Bradley took a couple of pictures of me for the memory book (and … Continue reading A new perspective on nudity – From my breasts to yours.
It was a very rough start to our vacation, and even if Puerto Escondido is a beachy paradise, we had our fair share of challenges to get settled in. The first big challenge was adapting to the heat. The only way to … Continue reading My spiritual experience in the jungle.
I’m somewhere between tanned and sunburned right now, drinking a smoothie made with almond milk, coconut, pineapple, banana and mint. I believe the name I’m looking for is coco-fresh. I ordered it from the bar downstairs, which has a sandy … Continue reading To keep in mind when moving to Puerto Escondido
What an amazing lifestyle! To be able to book off long weekends in new cities, and get lost in the sight and smell of a place unexplored by your feet. To walk new ground, and find yourself feeling alive…Full of … Continue reading Queretaro – food, tours, and vegan shops.
We woke up before most tourists and rushed to the port. We took a Windjet ferry, getting a 2 way ticket to Cozumel for that day (about $15 USD round trip). Trying to avoid seasickness, we sat in the back … Continue reading Cozumel