Photographing a Rodeo in Costa Rica

No, this time the bull was smaller, faster, and a little more aggressive. He’d rush out of the small gate and charge anyone foolish enough to be in there with him. … More Photographing a Rodeo in Costa Rica

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A Fight in Tortuguero National Park

It was amazing! Despite it being pitch black at night, cold, and what felt like a giant monsoon which drenched us for a good half hour with high winds on the beach, it was truly a spectacle to see a turtle lay her eggs and then make her journey back to the ocean. … More A Fight in Tortuguero National Park

Coming Home

Hi everyone! I haven’t updated this thing since May. …May! That’s a long time! This is a post to let you all know that I’m still writing, documenting, taking pictures, and enjoying my time abroad in this crazy world. But my gosh, my last update was about Santa Teresa which feels like such a long … More Coming Home

The Wind is Blowing Strong but I’m Not Ready to Leave Yet

Several months ago I met a nomad who I spent a lot of time with. She was only in Liberia for a month but we connected immediately. We shared a lot of things together and right now, I’m remembering a song I had her listen to: J.J. Cale’s “Call Me the Breeze” (or the raunchy … More The Wind is Blowing Strong but I’m Not Ready to Leave Yet

My Favorite Places in the World (And Why You Should Visit Them) Part 2/2

  Thanks again for clicking on my blog as always! Last week I posted my Top 6-10 places to visit in the world and today I’m going to name my top 5! Let’s get down to business and find out what they are (and why you should go)! 5. Costa Rica My home now, this … More My Favorite Places in the World (And Why You Should Visit Them) Part 2/2