Tag Archives: Friendly

Ladies of Las Terrenas, Dominican Republic

Ladies of Las Terrenas, Dominican Republic

What about the Ladies? Well, Let’s be honest for a moment.  Most of my readers are not philanthropists and this is all some really car about.  I did not find Las Terrenas to be the gold mine of beautiful women.  Of course, I can’t really prove that because I apparently took no pictures of the… Continue Reading

Las Terrenas, Dominican Republic

Las Terrenas, Dominican Republic

Las Terrenas, Samana Peninsula, Dominican Republic Despite my struggle to reach Las Terrenas, this town was a little slice of heaven in the Samana Peninsula of north eastern Dominican Republic.  There was a touristy vibe with flocks of travelers trying to reach the beautiful beaches and friendly people.  There were fancy restaurants and local ones,… Continue Reading

Granada, Nicaragua; a great detour!

Granada, Nicaragua; a great detour!

Arriving in Granada, Nicaragua Tim and I caught a cab before the sun was blistering hot.  We knew the chances of finding one with air conditioning were slim to none.  The driver charged us $50 for the one hour trip from San Juan Del Sur to Granada, Nicaragua.  There was a semi-scenic desert landscape with… Continue Reading

San Juan Del Sur, Nicaragua

San Juan Del Sur, Nicaragua About an hour-ish after getting through the CR-Nicaragua border, Tim gave me the signal that it was time to get off the Tica Bus.  We were at a bump in the road town that consisted of a couple local restaurants and a hand full of taxis.  We recovered our belongings… Continue Reading

Local Living: Jaco, Costa Rica

Local Living: Jaco, Costa Rica

All too often a traveler or group of travelers will wonder off to a new place in hopes of experiencing a new culture only to be find a culture created for their entertainment.  Wether this be a resort or something less, it is not uncommon for vacationers to only see local living conditions as they… Continue Reading