Franco-American Traveler, Artist, Homesteader and The Permaculture of Things with Anarchist Tendencies
No Man's Land
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 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 festiv [...]
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 [...]
True Eco-Tourism begins when you visit places like Rancho Mastatal
Image Source: Visitor Welcome Guide (Rancho Mastatal)
After an awesome bus ride, i [...]
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 g [...]
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 re [...]
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 t [...]
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 [...]
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' Honey [...]
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 ph [...]
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 havi [...]
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 i [...]