“Captain?” I tried to make my whisper heard above the ocean’s many sighs and groans. He stirred, his eyes finally opening. He was seasick, too. When the captain’s seasick, you know it’s bad. “I think we’ve changed speeds.” He came on deck to check the dials. “Yes, we did, thank you for waking me,” he […]
Costa Rica and Panama Here is a little video my best friend Kerri (who is also an amazing vlogger) made last summer. Watch as we discuss backpacks, no man’s land, and just how scary it is to cross the border between Costa Rica and Panama by foot!
Otavalo, Ecuador Guatape, Colombia Bocas del Toro, Panama Mancora, Peru Galapagos Islands, Ecuador Valparaiso, Chile Cali, Colombia Uyuni Desert, Bolivia I’ve added another resolution to my list for 2013. I really need to stop doing this in photos. Can you spot it? Do you notice yourself making the same face or striking the same pose […]
Waiting for the bus with my bag, Salento, Colombia I’ve been on the road for over two years now, not counting the few months I spent in Canada earlier this year. In those two years, I travelled across Siberia, through all of Southeast Asia, into India and Nepal, through 23 American states and […]
Machu Picchu, Peru Cali, Colombia Popayan, Colombia Sailing from Panama to Colombia Mancora, Peru Galapagos Islands, Ecuador San Agustín, Colombia Lake Titicaca, Peru San Agustín, Colombia Bocas del Toro, Panama Guatape, Colombia Otavalo, Ecuador Salento, Colombia Yesterday, in the La Paz bus station, Kerri and I said goodbye. We knew the day was coming, but […]
Bocas del Toro, Panama Sometimes you just end up partying with surfers, you just end up laughing until your sides ache, you just end up dancing till the sun comes up. Bindis optional. *Find me on Facebook and Twitter!*
Crossing from Costa Rica into Panama (No Man’s Land) “I overheard that you lived in Costa Rica,” I said to the hippie-looking server at my favourite cafe in Canada. “I’ll be there in a few months myself, after studying in Guatemala for a few weeks and then travelling through the rest of Central America.” “Guatemala?” […]
Panama City, Panama The days are flying by and I can’t keep track of it all; I’m in Panama now, and have been for five days. First there was Bocas del Toro, a place that will merit its own post one day, a place filled with scuba diving and napping on beaches and lots of […]