I like these festivals for the Art...
This one makes me feel all warm and fuzzy inside, and I don't know why.
So in the first post of my thoughts on these transformational festivals I went a bit on a rant about how pretentious the whole experience can be. While they do help some people open the
As some of you already know, we've made our way down to Costa Rica to get away from the winter a bit, but also because we wanted to go to a festival!!!
My wife was teaching a couple kid's workshops, one on making Unicorn Headbands and the other on Dreams and Vision Boards!!! Both workshops we
El Parque Nacional Marino Ballena
Making this a stop was a nice idea and a good way to get acclimated to the heat before spending a few days camping in a festival.
As you can see why... people around here call this place the whale's tail. We came here in 2011 to volunteer at a Festival
True Eco-Tourism begins when you visit places like Rancho Mastatal.
Image Source: Visitor Welcome Guide (Rancho Mastatal)
After an awesome bus ride, in which our four year old mini human did really well and had a lot of fun, we landed in a small village called Mastatal. Here we were visiting a g
Not a bad trip at all, considering it's our first backpacking trip with our boy!
Here we were, finally on our way to Rancho Mastatal, and we were going to see how enoying traveling with more luggage than we were used to really is. I typically take nothing bigger than a 40 litre backpack and m
Everywhere I've been on this planet, some city walls have been splattered with lots of colors.
This is the third time I've come to Costa Rica, but really my first time hanging put in San Jose.
We were here for three days because my family had been in the country. They were on their way out and a
We're so happy to to take a break from the cold!
This was on our mind for a long time! And we finally landed in a place where it is warm most of the time. COSTA RICA! For as long as we've known to come here, we didn't hardy plan anything. All we knew was that we were goin to a festival and m
Another gem in New Jersey!
Those are just really cool crystal formations right?
South Mountain Reservation is a nature reserve that is just a little bigger than 2000 acres!!! It didn't seem that large because I knew we were close to civilisation and all that but we also only slightly ventured i
Mysore is a beautiful city, but do yourself a favor... don't book one of those organized tours.
The bright colors of Devajara Market.
After far too long, welcome back to Jessi and Greg's Travelers' Honeymoon!
Here's a quick background story: We got married once in the desert , once again by the s
The travel bug is starting to itch.. real bad!
I know I'm supposed to tell you all about the rest of our 8 Month Honeymoon, but looking through my photos, I had an urge to just post a little something about that damn "Travel Bug"...It's starting to itch again!!!!
So in the mean time (while I'm
I thought we walked through a portal and landed in Puerto Rico!
I just love it when our sense of adventure takes over...
We were driving back from having spent Christmas and New Year's Eve in Ohio at our regular pace... it takes us two days to go from Columbus to New York because that's how we d
Hello mid-west and congratulation on this spectacular spectacle of lights!!!
Unbelievable... The first thing I said when we got in was "Oh wow, this is the Chinese Burning Man! ".
Heehee, for those of you not familiar with Burning Man, I invite you to check out some photos here and after that