Eli is out of school on summer break for the next three weeks so Lyndsey has been coming up with fun activities for him to do on his break. We have a had a rather busy few weeks so things have been a little hectic. Our car has been in the shop because we blew
Images capturing a typical Saturday in our life in Costa Rica. A morning jungle walk, picking up fresh fish for lunch, art projects in the afternoon, and watching the sunset with friends on the beach to end a great day.
The Cortez Amarillo is one of the many unique trees that is around our neighborhood. The tree is native to Central and South America and is mainly used for its timber however each year after the rain begins it blooms a bright yellow flower for one-two days. The entire tree turns bright yellow until the
Grocery shopping is something that you pretty much always have to stay on top of, especially with a family of four. We are fortunate in our family because Lyndsey is a good shopper and we consume nearly 100% of the perishable foods that we purchase, including fruits and vegetables.
Eli stopped to play with one of the local gardeners the other day and we had to take some pictures. Two little white kids keep the town soccer field maintained by eating the grass and weeds down to a perfect length.
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.
We recently spent a week in Santa Teresa, Costa Rica at the Griss Lodge & Villas. The hotel was run by a nice young Italian couple Ricky and Sabina, and was walking distance to Playa Santa Teresa. The path to the beach is directly in front of the hotel and was full of wildlife. We
We have been spending the last few days on the coast in a little surf town called Santa Teresa. Santa Teresa is right next to another town called Mal Pais which means “bad country” in Spanish. I wouldn’t necessarily call it bad country, but it is a little bit like the wild west. The town is on