Although I do enjoy walking in cities, and often seek out centrally located hotels and even campgrounds, that are within walking distance of shops or interesting things in a city, my go-to walk is in nature.
A girls’ getaway to San Juan – Part 2
If you are just joining us, you can go back and read part 1 first, if you like.
For Day 2, our plans were to relax around the hotel, then venture to the eastern end of the Island, to Fajardo, for an evening water adventure.
Better late than never…Summing up 2013
All over the web, people have been sharing their wrap-ups of last year, and plans for this New Year. I really enjoyed reading the 2013 Roundup from Lily in Canada, with her witty responses to a questionnaire that came from tumblr, so although it is already the second week of January, here is my 2013 summary:
Holy S#^t, Batman! The sequel…
Some of you (at least two, ha ha!) may recall a recent post about Holy S#^t moments, and I have been remiss in not sharing the outcome in a timely manner. I got all wrapped up in following my passion, and forgot all about the pain. Hmm, is there a really deep blog post in my future?
Holy S#^t, Batman!
I have had a couple of moments that generated this phrase lately. Followed by OUCH, and other, more colorful words that are not appropriate for a prime-time audience.
Of an Evening
I have found myself reading voraciously the last week or so. Blogs, newsletters, articles; one thing linking me to another, and then another. Mostly I have been focused on travel blogs and tips, career options, tips for making a living writing, and so forth. Frankly, the amount of information I have been consuming is overwhelming, even though it is exciting to read about others’ experiences, and see how they share them.