Crazy river crossings, swinging bridges, mud, mud and more mud. It was exactly what i needed. Continue reading Adventure!
A little while back I wrote about meeting Jose, who is the lead artisan in one of the few remaining Ikat workshops Ecuador. Recently, I had a chance to go back and learn even more about the complex and highly detailed process that goes into creating one of his beautiful scarves. Continue reading A bit more about Ecuadorian Ikat
We recently got to invite all our artisans out for a fun day hanging out at a hacienda – complete with horse rides, paddle boats, 4-wheelers, a pool and of course, a delicious lunch. Continue reading a day of Artisan fun
I grab a paper and excitedly tell the slightly baffeled lady at the news stand – “LOOK! that’s me!” Continue reading We’re Front Page News!
want Good Luck in the new year? Well, everyone around here knows that best way to get it is to wear new Yellow Socks. And underwear. Continue reading Happy Old Years!
In any case, i found myself the proprietor of a large jar of sesame seeds. Continue reading honey sesame candy and hiking pichinca
I used to think that they were just like little americans, but it turns out i experienced a bit of culture shock from all the subtle differences. Continue reading Differences between Canadians and Americans