Our friend Linda, proprietor of the Coco Loco bar in San Pedro, Belize, did us the honor of creating one of her directional signs for us. It’s customary for her favored customers to be listed on a sign that points toward where they can normally be found. (Apart from at her bar!) A typical sign says “D.J. – Dallas, 1162 miles” or “Bill – 2 miles” . . . → Read More: Our Sign in Belize
If you’re going to live in a place like Belize you have to get used to the fact that things don’t always work. Today we had several power failures. No big deal, they happen on our little island every few weeks. Sometimes they last five minutes, sometimes hours.
Today we had several failures and . . . → Read More: A Very Social Power Failure
Often, the memorable things about traveling are things you wouldn’t want to repeat; the things that go wrong or nearly go wrong.
San Pedro, Belize is on an island so to get here you either need to come by boat, using the water taxi, or by small airplane. After taking the bus ride from . . . → Read More: Any Chance We’re Flying Overweight?
Luggage is the friction of travel. It’s the wind resistance, the drag, the thing that saps your energy and distracts you from the new glory that is all around you. . . . → Read More: Why to Travel Light