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Saturday Jérémy, Lauren (a very recently arrived new expat), Cedo, and I set off to visit the finca. I hadn’t been there in a while so I was interested to see it again. First though, we stopped in Concepción where … Continue reading
Weekly Photo Challenges: Contrasts. This week, in a post created specifically for this challenge, share your own photo showing a CONTRAST. My friend and fellow blogger Holly had a fun get together after the roof was completed on their casita. I … Continue reading
We’re at the Boquete Tree Trek in the mountains above Boquete at about 5500 feet. When we bought this Oferta Simple (like a Groupon) I didn’t exactly know where we were going to end up. We drove to Boquete, and … Continue reading
We’ve decided to stay home for a little while so we’ve been relaxing, puttering around the house, riding the bikes, and not doing much new. But, of course, that doesn’t mean an ordinary day is uninteresting! Today it’s warm, sunny, … Continue reading
Saturday we set out to see some new places and had a wonderful day! We headed to Volcan, and then east to Bambito where our friends were exhibiting at an art show. This is a lovely area in the mountains … Continue reading
I thought today I’d just share some random photos of things going on here. If you click on a photo you can scroll through the gallery.
I love the bicycle, but sometimes you have to set out on foot for something different. I’ve been walking the last couple days and thought I’d share some of the photos I’ve taken.
Cerro Santa Cruz OK, so it wasn’t exactly a mountain, just a hill but near the top it felt like a mountain! I didn’t make it all the way up, deciding to be sensible and not stress my sore knee … Continue reading
Yesterday, we went to Volcán, about a hour’s drive from our home in David. Volcán Barú is the highest point in the area (and the country). Boquete is on the eastern side of Volcán Barú, and Volcán is in the … Continue reading