We’re staying in Cahuita, Costa Rica for 10 days and wanted to have a bit of an adventure. There are plenty of activities to do close by so we decided to leave it to chance and roll the Zufall dice. We pulled out our original dice kit and set our base value for 10 minutes
When we go to Toronto, we seldom step foot in Toronto. You see, with family spread across the region, we are generally on a tightly regimented schedule of driving and visiting. It goes something like, land, drive to Milton, visit, drive to Stouffville, visit, drive to Oshawa, visit, drive to, well, you get the idea.
On saturday I went to prince’s island park in Calgary. I met up with my friends to do photo safari. First we went south west and my topic was shelter for animals. I picked photos of where a beaver or otter may like to live. Next we rolled the dice and we went south
We’re all familiar with the cobbler who has holes in his shoes…well, Tim and I have suffered from something similar lately. We’ve been so busy, our lives so over-scheduled, that we haven’t had time to roll the dice. So, when we had to schedule an afternoon off – we knew exactly what to do. We
Summer is fast approaching and that’s got everyone thinking ROADTRIP! Yay, we say. It’s also got journalists penning countless tips on how to plan, plan, plan the perfect escape. Boo, we say. All of this planning is why people talk about road trips and rarely go on them. Or, even worse, dread them; go on
We had to share these great tips from Conde Nast Traveler and Becky Worley featured on today’s Good Morning America broadcast. It’s all about slowing down, reconnecting and having a stress-free vacation with the kids. Of course, we gravitate toward their tips to UNPLUG and UNPLAN! And, we absolutely love what Becky says about kids learning from seeing
It might not be the au current term for a collective of volunteers working the land together and sharing in the profits, but ‘commune’ seemed about right as I toured the grounds of Essence Arenal in El Castillo, Costa Rica. Mind you, I’ve always understood that commune and cult are two different animals so don’t
You have to be committed to get to Santa Teresa. There is no easy road to this hippy surf town – it’s either an expensive flight followed by a boat ride, a rickety bus or a long drive (up and) down a dusty, pothole riddled road. But once you get there, the minor whiplash and