As soon as the mechanics finally arrived, things started getting real for the family. Once our engine started getting fixed and when running, we need to be moved off the boat. So, no better time to start than now. This is the first story of that new adventure.
The last article by the HelmsMistress on the last day of the year….but more to come in 2023.
We have only basic ideas of what’s next, depending on weather and such, but we have two options. There are only two major weather windows that happen around here: either in November or April.
My favorite animals that we saw in Manuel Antonio were the tent making bats.
The Tehuantepec and Chiapas – A Grand Finale for Mexico (Part II of II)Part II – La Venta and Palenque
T-Peck, Chiapas, Chocolate and Coffee and San Cristobal….yeah it’s all in here!
Three things topped our list for Oaxaca beyond the culinary experience: 1) Rugs 2) Alebrijes and 3) Monte Albán.
Our oldest daughter just turned 12, but she’s already striving for baking perfection and gets upset when her creations don’t come out like she wants. This is a product of both practice, ingredients….and baking all of her creations in a solar oven. See, Tulum doesn’t have a working oven right now so we bake everything […]
I think any purposeful break from a lifestyle has the potential to recharge your personal batteries…and this roadtrip with the family was no exception.
Hi everyone…you guys haven’t heard from us for a bit cause we’re out adventuring, which tends to help refill our mental and spiritual tanks. We’ve looked at a couple of interesting sailboats, met up with cruising friends, camped, hiked, road-tripped and looked at sustainable power alternatives that we don’t have on the boat yet. More […]