I can’t believe that baby Isabel is almost a one year old. The past year has flown by and she has grown so much in such a little time. These days she is crawling and climbing on everything. She can pull herself up and free stand but she can’t take steps yet. Right now she
We have been getting some pretty solid south swells creeping their way up past Chile but inside the Galapagos with waves up to 3 meters at 185-190 degrees.
This year we spent Semana Santa and Easter Weekend at the beach. Last year we were still in the city waiting for Isabel to be born so we got to experience how one half of the country celebrated Holy Week with the different Catholic processions and parades. This year we were at the beach so
Almost every morning the Capuchin (white faced) monkeys come by our new place and feast on some of the flowers growing on the vines around our trees. There is a family of around 12 of them that make their way by the pool then up to the main house.
Well we finally made it down to the beach house in Santa Teresa, where we will be hanging for the next five months. In the mean time we will check out the community and see if this is where we want to hang our hat for while.
Yesterday we decided to take the family down to the water so that we could spend the morning at the beach. We have been on lock-down, so to say, since our last beach trip to Santa Teresa, nearly two months ago. This is because Lyndsey was super pregnant and we did not want anything to
We picked up a new car the other night for the family. It is a 1988 Nissan Pathfinder XLT 4×4. We have been looking for a car since we got here nearly a month ago. Everything in our price range was pretty beat-up except for a few different trucks that we looked at. We were
It took me all but 24 hrs to find the local surf community in Atenas. It turned out that one of the realtors that we used, Andrew Partian with Remax, is a surfer. He ended up putting us in to this great house, and the owner of the house Sebastain is a surfer as well.