Tag Archive: Eco Travel

Unexpected Awe

The alternating red and white paper picador with their intricate cut outs, fluttered in the breeze. They were streamed on a line that led directly to the door of the Iglesia de San… Continue reading

More cowbell

We had begun the day early, just as Puerto Vallarta’s partiers were stumbling back to their hotels in the early morning blackness. Our van crept through the darkened streets and we arrived at… Continue reading

House wars: Pale-billed Woodpecker vs. White-fronted Parrots

While we were staying at the resort,¬†Crystal Paradise¬†in Belize last year, Steve and I were in the outdoor dining area chatting with some of the other birders staying at the resort when all… Continue reading

Celestun and the “bottomless passion of mosquitos”

Ahhhh, Celestun. Celestun is on the Gulf of Mexico side of the Yucatan Peninsula where the water is emerald green. It was one of our stops on our honeymoon and you get there… Continue reading