the perfect place to escape and find some nature Continue reading Misty crater camping
The other morning as I was biking, I suddenly felt the most delicious fall breeze on my face. The kind of breeze the holds the promise of leaves changing colors, apple cider, and the coming of crisp frosty mornings. Except it was April. And I live in Quito, located almost exactly on the equator line, … Continue reading a split heart
Yesterday I was given the gift of a live chicken. It came in a woven plastic sack. I have never before owned my very own live chicken Continue reading Andi the Chicken
I’ve lived in the capital cities of 5 Latin American countries, and I constantly find myself amazed by the incredibly vibrant cultural life Quito has to offer. Continue reading Quito – a city with a surprisingly vibrant cultural life
Tamia’s family offers traditional cooking classes to individuals and small groups, so if youre ever in the Otavalo area I would highly recommend it as something not to miss! Its a really cool way to be able to spend some time with a Kichwa family in their home and experience their culture. Continue reading Serving up some traditional Kichwa recipes
Although there has to be small spot in the back of their mind, one that they force back down, that realizes its all a lie. Continue reading the woven lies of Organo Gold
Crazy river crossings, swinging bridges, mud, mud and more mud. It was exactly what i needed. Continue reading Adventure!