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May

2016

Santa Cruz Island (Galapagos), Ecuador

Ecuador, TRAVEL

Hola, friends! Happy Wednesday, mid-way for those of you who work during the week. Woo hoo! Let’s take a little break from the Galapagos cruising days and chat about our land adventures and a day trip. Are you ready? As most of you know by now we flew into Baltra and took the bus down […]

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May

2016

Galapagos: Punta Moreno and Elizabeth Bay

Ecuador

Hola friends. How are you today? Are you ready for more Galapagos? Is anyone sick of it yet? Before we get started I wanted to share some things that have been on my mind. First, I feel a bit overwhelmed right now. We have a lot going on, plus our impending move. How do you […]

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May

2016

Galapagos (day 4)

Ecuador

Hola friends! How was your weekend? Did you adventure? Our plan was to hike to Pichincha volcano, but that got derailed by Will not feeling well and two tired kids (ok, I was a little tired as well). We had a very active social weekend (two big kid birthday parties) and everyone wanted to keep it […]

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May

2016

Weekly Round Up + Friends Weekend

Ecuador

Hola friends. It’s Friday! Wait, it’s Saturday. Where did the week go? Getting back in the groove after two weeks off is tough and then throw in a sick husband, altitude adjustment and two more aftershocks. Wowza! Are you adventuring this weekend? We are planning to visit the Teleférico again and then hike to Pinchincha volcano. […]

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May

2016

An Epic Education Interviewed Us!

Ecuador, EDUCATION

Hola friends! Good morning! Ok, we are going to take a small break from Galapagos today. I know, boo hoo, but I have a special surprise that I am very excited to share with all of you. Another interview! An Epic Education Interviewed us!!! Jason has some amazing podcasts on his site that you might want […]

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May

2016

Weekly Round Up + Hello Galapagos!

Ecuador

Hola friends! I am writing to you from Galapagos! This is a dream come true and I can’t believe we are actually here. Pinch me. In a couple of hours we will be off the grid for just over a week. Well, except for Tuesday when we dock in a town and catch up on […]

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April

2016

Children Are Dying! And Bathrooms Are A Hot Topic?

Ecuador, FAMILY

Hola friends. Children are dying and suffering all over the world and we are worried about who is using what bathroom? Is this for real? I should be sleeping, I’m exhausted and I have some stomach bug. BUT I must write. I cannot believe what I am reading on social media and it is driving […]

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April

2016

An Indigenous Farm in Ecuador

Ecuador

Hola friends! Happy Tuesday! I want to send out a special thank you to everyone who commented and shared my post from Friday regarding the grandparents of traveling families. I truly do believe it takes a village and we (traveling families, as well as stationery families) need the love and support of the grandparents. So, […]

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April

2016

Weekly Round Up + The Farm

Ecuador

Hola friends. How was your weekend? Did you adventure? We spent two days at an indigenous farm near Cotacachi with our traveling friends. It was amazing. There will be a full post later this week. I just have a ton of photos to edit through first, but get ready! I know I have been doing […]

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April

2016

Weekly Round up + Equator

Ecuador

Hola friends. I’m back! Wow, I have had a lot of travel outside of Ecuador lately. I come back inspired with so much to share, but also exhausted. I have noticed that going to sea level and then coming back to 9,350 feet above sea level often takes me a couple of days to mildly adjust. […]



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